PUBG Corp has smugly confirmed that it's now passed the four million player count for the Xbox One version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Even if you couldn't give a toss about the ubiquitous battle royale title, it's still an impressive figure considering it reached three million players just a few weeks back.
To celebrate the milestone, the developer is issuing 30,000 Battle Points to all players, which can be used to fork out for cosmetic crates. The freebie applies to everyone who has purchased the game and created a character by 12.00 am PST on January 31.
The Xbox One version of the title launched with some notable issues last month, although PUBG Corp has at least endeavoured to squash as many bugs as possible since then, with the last major update rolling out last week.
Fortunately, the developer is committed to supporting the game in the coming months, with more updates in the pipeline.
'We will continue to build on the foundation we’ve laid with PUBG on Xbox One with the feedback received from the community and we encourage you to continue in your pursuit of chicken dinners! Be sure to stay tuned to Xbox Wire and Major Nelson for all the latest PUBG news. See you on the battleground!' the post reads.
PUBG Corp recently admitted that it has no firm plans in place for PUBG 2.0 or beyond, and is instead focusing on polishing up the current incarnation of the game.