PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Hits 3 Million Players on Xbox One

Tonight's PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds patch adds loot crates and a new report function

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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds was by far the biggest game of 2017 on PC and now it is beginning to dominate on consoles too, having sold three million copies on Xbox One since launching on the 12th of December.

PUBG Corp. has taken to their forums to announce that Battlegrounds on the Xbox One will be receiving first-person servers in North America and Europe.

PUBG is now available to play on the PC and Xbox platforms although no details have been announced as yet whether the game will arrive on the PlayStation 4. As you can see it was very popular so it made a lot of sense for PUBG Corp to publish the game on other consoles. These noticeable gains have given some fans confidence that the developer will get close to a steady 30 frames per second across all Xbox One platforms. This solution is one that updated just a few days ago with PUBG Corp saying that "combating cheaters is one of our highest priorities at the moment". On top of that, LawBreakers was available on both PC and PS4, while at the time, PUBG was only available on PC. This is because PUBG has loot boxes, and China has more strict regulations when it comes to those. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds continues its reign as a sales behemoth and as a smart move for Microsoft.

This includes the brand new Miramar map, which is set in the desert.

On the Xbox One though, it's very much still a work in progress.

Player-Focused Metagame Tools: Leaderboards and statistics plus replays and spectator mode tools are coming after Early Access launch.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is off to a roaring start on Xbox One. "We need to think about other platforms after evaluating and completing the Xbox One version first". Be sure to check out the game if you like competitive multiplayer experiences.

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