PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) has hit a new milestone of 3 million concurrent players on Steam, as PUBG Corporation looks to expand beyond PC and Xbox One.
The milestone was revealed in a tweet from Brendan Greene himself. He posted Steam statistics to Twitter, thanking fans for their continued support following the game’s official 1.0 release.
OVER 3 MILLION!! Thank you all for helping us reach this amazing milestone! GG WP everybody <3 pic.twitter.com/twUQkSkP5U
— PLAYERUNKNOWN (@PLAYERUNKNOWN) December 29, 2017
The game’s creators want to go even further than smashing Steams records. PUBG Corp. CEO, Chang Han Kim has revealed that he would like the game to become a “universal media franchise”, saying that “the final goal would be to launch the title on every platform”.
This means that the developer does plan to expand beyond the current PC and Xbox One versions of the game. This could take some time, but it’s reassuring knowing that they are planning to move their product to be even bigger and better, while also attempting to bring the experience to everyone it can.
Kim has made it clear that until then PUBG will be “an exclusive title on Xbox One for some time.”