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In just three days since its Steam Early Access launch on March 23, Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds earned USD 11 million, Bluehole Studios announced. In the hottest moment there were over 67,000 people playing it at the same time. According to SteamSpy data, the game has sold more than 332,000 copies so far. It has even been briefly the best selling game on Steam – until Grand Theft Auto V went on a 50% sale. The title is also very popular on Twitch, where over 150,000 viewers were spotted watching videos from the game at the same time.
PlayerUnknown, the creator of the Battle Royale mod to Arma III and co-designer of H1Z1: King of the Kill, has been preparing a new game for some time together with Bluehole Studios, the developers of TERA. This one, called Battlegrounds, is an online shooter based on the Battle Royal or Hunger Games rules – the last man standing wins the game. Battlegrounds is going to enter closed beta on Friday, February 24, 2017. After the testing period the game will go through an early access phase, where it is intended to stay for no longer than six months.