PUBG lost it’s 82 percent of players in 2019 sharply

PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUND AKA PUBG lost it’s 82 percent active players in a few months, according to a news. A steam chart data revealed that PUBG was swelled up with over 15,84,886 active players back in January 2018. But now, it lacks a major player base as it only has a few number of almost 2,88,848 active players left. The reason of this major breakdown of this game is not so unclear though. The game achieved reasonably 400 million active players, playing this game in June 2018. But, the increasing hackers, bugs and boring environment could hurt the vibe of this game.

Developers are consistently trying to bring back the lost soul of the game which is it’s player base. But it seems like it is either a late move or the taste of existing players have been shifted to other shooters like Apex Legends and Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare. Recently PUBG has started it’s Season 5 earlier with new features. They added a vending machine, same as Fortnite has which is used to get energy drinks etc. A new Battle Pass, called Badlands. The new Community Mission System is also in the queue. The Miramar map has been updated. The Win94 is now a Miramar exclusive weapon. It has a fixed 2X scope in it. There are some more optimisation have been done which is not included in this chart.

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