PUBG broke several Steam records and took the PC community by storm last year. However, Epic Games’ answer to it, Fortnite, has now found its way into the spotlight.
When discussing 2017’s biggest gaming hits, it’s impossible not to mention Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), a battle royale shooter that seemingly came out of nowhere. The game was a critical success, becoming one of Steam’s all time best-sellers, even managing to have over three million players online at one time. It dominated both Twitch and Mixer for quite a long time, too, and was even nominated for Game of the Year in the 2017 Game Awards.
However, as time has passed, the game’s popularity has begun to fall off. Its player base is by all definitions healthy, but ever since the release of Fortnite Battle Royale, a free-to-play battle royale game from Epic Games, many of PUBG’s fans have flocked to the new title. Here’s how PUBG can win them back.