PUBG PLAYER COUNT
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is a multiplayer battle royale video game published by PUBG Corporation and developed by a South Korean subsidiary video game company called Bluehole. PUBG was initially released on Steam in March 2017 closely followed by the official Xbox version in December 2017. Due to its enormous success on the mentioned platforms, the multiplayer battle royale made its way on the PlayStation 4 exactly one year later in December 2018. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds includes one hundred separate players fighting on a wide-ranging map until the last player standing alive. Players are thrown into the game by being launched from a plane onto one of the 4 different maps (Erangel, Miramar, Sanhok and Vikendi). As soon as the players land by parachute they can sweep buildings, towns and destroyed objects for weapons, armor, and various equipment. While searching multiple locations, every few minutes the playable area of the map begins to shrink towards the center of the map resulting in a smaller play area.
There is not much information about that. An official Tweet from Google suggests, they want a large catalog of games on their platform. So why not Rocket League? Indeed it is one of the most popular games out there.
There is a little tension between these two companies as Epic Games doesn’t accept the 30% cut of their revenues in the Google Play Store. but they are still businesses who want to make profits, so our guess is that it will come out on Stadia.
Yes, Rocket League will be on the new console generation. Everyone would benefit from it. They will probably make a port for new consoles.
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