Playerunknowns Battlegrounds overtakes DOTA 2 for concurrent players

Playerunknowns Battlegrounds overtakes DOTA 2 for concurrent players

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Playerunknowns Battlegrounds (PUBG) is the newest, last-man-standing survival shooter, which despite being still in evolution, has managed to temporarily beat long-time favorite Dota two for getting the maximum peak concurrent players on Steam. Right now, the game is sitting beating on Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. What is surprising is that the PUBG is a relatively new game that’s currently just available through Steam Access, therefore for this to possess these concurrent players is a huge accomplishment. Additionally, let’s not overlook that PUBG is a paid game.

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Microsoft is all set to publish the match on the Xbox One and Xbox One X, in the months to come, something that should observe a larger surge in players. PUBG also recently received Nvidia ShadowPlay support, thus allowing players to capture their greatest moments mechanically. Nvidia has partnered with Bluehole – the company behind the sport to deliver aid for the ShadowPlay Highlights of Nvidia.

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The game puts you on a distant island, in which you fight to live amongst 100s of players to be the last man standing. You may choose to enter the match solo or as a group with up to four people. The game is based on the Unreal 4 motor and is available for the Windows platform, on Steam. Thank you all, once again, for the continuing support you are showing the #PUBG team <3”. Daniel Ahmad, notable games analyst also stated, “Fun Fact: PLAYER UNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS is 2017’s best selling sport on any single platform”.