It finally happened! The amount of people who plays PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has grown incredibly over the last few weeks. It's only been three weeks since it had 877,844 concurrent players, which meant that it had beaten Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's record. Still, it had quite a ways up to Dota 2's record of 1,291,328. Turns out that PUBG's numbers have grown immensely over the last few weeks.
The game had an incredible 1,349,584 concurrent players on Saturday, which makes it the new record-holder of concurrent players on Steam. It's worth noting that these statistics don't include every game on the market, and we shouldn't forget that League of Legends has passed five million concurrent players a few times. Still, this is an incredible feat by Brendan Greene and Bluehole Studio's Early Access game, and it keeps growing. Maybe LoL shouldn't laugh too long at PUBG's numbers? What do you think?