PUBG Players Killed 13 Million Times With Frying Pans

That’s a player every 2 seconds.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds released version 1.0 in December, after a long and successful run on PC in early access. The PUBG Corporation put together an infographic of stats giving insight into some of the game’s numbers.

For example, players played a combined 310,000 years worth of PUBG during early access. At its highest point, 3.14 million players were battling it out concurrently on Steam, a record number for the platform.

Check out the infographic for more stats from PUBG’s early access run:


Over 2.2 billion, yes, BILLION, care packages were dropped during early access. While there isn’t data to back it up, it’s probably safe to assume at least a billion players were killed by someone camping the care packages.

As is often the case with high-profile PC games, cheating has become a major problem. A PUBG anti-cheating measure has been delayed, with ReShade, a lighting adjustment tool, being blocked from use.

Seth Macy has played at least 10% of the 2.72 billion hours played in early access. Follow him on Twitter @sethmacy.

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