PUBG gains 80,000 more Players per day since it became Free

PUBG: Battlegrounds’ parent firm claims it’s gained 80,000 new players each day since being free in January. Average game user revenue is growing “more than 20%” quarter over quarter. The company’s first-half 2022 revenue report reveals this.

PUBG: Battlegrounds changed its moniker last year before being free-to-play, which has led to brand partnerships, most notably with Assassin’s Creed. Krafton’s income is increased, although it’s unclear how much of it is from PUBG Mobile or New State Mobile.

The publisher’s financial report reaffirmed its commitment to Unknown Worlds’ new IP and The Callisto Protocol. It also announced a game based on the Korean fantasy tale The Bird That Drinks Tears, which is intriguing if you can read Korean.

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About PUBG

PUBG Studios, a subsidiary of Krafton, developed and distributed PUB G: Battlegrounds. The game is built on modifications produced by Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene for other games and grown under his creative leadership. Up to 100 players parachute into an island to murder other players while escaping death. The game’s safe area shrinks with time, forcing surviving players into tighter spaces. Last individual (or team) standing wins. PUBG Universe’s first game.

PUBG: Battlegrounds has sold over 75 million copies on PCs and game consoles as of 2021 and is the seventh best-selling video game of all time. Games worldwide edition has over 1 billion downloads and $8.42 billion in mobile revenue, making it the fourth highest-grossing mobile game. Game has grossed $13.07 billion as of May 2022, making it one of the highest-grossing video games ever. Game boasts 1.12 billion mobile gamers, making it the most-played video game of all time. Since 2022, the primary game is free.

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