I guess it gets a chicken dinner?
The super-popular Steam early access title, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has just become the most-played game on the platform not made by Valve.
PlayerUnknown himself exclaimed in a tweet that the last-man-standing shooter had reached the all-time number 3 for highest peak player count on Steam, placing it below Valve titles Dota 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
This places the game above incredibly popular non-Steam titles such as Bethesda’s Fallout 4 and Rockstar’s perpetual money generator Grand Theft Auto V, even while it remains in early access.
With many changes and new features being introduced to the game, such as first person servers and both new free and paid cosmetics PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds appears to be slated to see a lot of attention leading up to its first LAN Invitational at Gamescom this year.
PlayerUnkown’s Battlegrounds is set to have its full release sometime before the end of this year, after unanticipated delays.