PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has amassed over 765,781 concurrent players according to SteamCharts, making it without doubt one of the most successful Early Access games of all time. Creator Brendan 'PlayerUnknown' Greene has spoken regarding the success of the game in an interview, saying he was shocked at the success of the game.

PUBG features a do or die multiplayer where players start off with nothing and must scavenge supplies and weapons to be the last person standing on the battlefield. It's also one of the most discussed games here on GD, holding the top spot on the home page for quite a while now.

Brendan spoke to GamesReactor regarding the success of the game. He said the developer team isn't taking the success of the game to their heads (sure) and they're focused on the future of the game as well as inducting new folks into their group. He's confident that the game will be out of Early Access by the end of this year and his team is planning to release a desert map with abandoned skyscrapers.

He's confident that Battlegrounds will be out of Early Access by the end of this year and his team is planning to release a desert map with abandoned skyscrapers where the top and base floors will be available for play. 

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