PUBG has 80,000 more daily players since switching to free-to-play

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PUBG has 80,000 more daily players since switching to free-to-play

Since going free-to-play, PUBG: Battlegrounds – the official name for the game some of us used to know as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds – has amassed over 80,000 new daily players.

PUBG Battlegrounds developer Krafton confirmed the news in its latest financial report (opens in new tab), stating that the PUBG IP – which includes its mobile iteration, New State Mobile, which has “continued to evolve” and has also increased total play time and play frequency – has “helped drive Krafton’s global growth as it looks towards the release of the Callisto Protocol and Unknown Worlds’ new IP later in 2022”.

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Krafton believes it’s switching to the free-to-play model back in January that has helped the battle royale shooter clock up more players, as well as the “stricter anti-cheat programs” that aim “to ensure a fairer playing field for all”.

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