PUBG is now the biggest game on Steam in history | over 2m CCU, beats Dota 2 peak

Never played it, from a glance it looks like Day Z which i always intended on playing at some point.

What separates it and makes it special from similar games?
This is DayZ;


A good start that could deliver many experiences but it will never cease to be just this a toast, a toast that's also getting colder by the minute


This is PUBG;

Messy, delightful and probably could be better cooked, but it feels so good to eat and savor every time you can have one
 
Are we SURE this game is GOOD?

I don't want a BAD game to win GOTY

Cos if a BAD game wins GOTY and it's multiplayer then it means there will b less GOOD singleplayer games like UNCHARTED but more BAD multiplayer games like PUBG.

If BAD multiplayer games will be the future of GAMES then i will QUIT gaming.
 
Are we SURE this game is GOOD?

I don't want a BAD game to win GOTY

Cos if a BAD game wins GOTY and it's multiplayer then it means there will b less GOOD singleplayer games like UNCHARTED but more BAD multiplayer games like PUBG.

If BAD multiplayer games will be the future of GAMES then i will QUIT gaming.
Is this a meme I've missed out on?
 
I'll be laughing so hard when i'll see GAF reaction if this game managed to win GOTY 2017.
lol
If PUBG leaves Early Access this year, it will land in 4th or 5th place on GAF's GotY list. Possibly lower, but I doubt it.

If PUBG doesn't leave Early Access this year, it's not landing anywhere.
 
I'm afraid the popularity of this game will be read the wrong way. All publishers are going to learn from this is that it is okay to release unfinished games with microtransactions.

As much as I like PUBG, it does a lot wrong that I think big publishers will try to take advantage of as well.
I am also not a fan of people wanting to Crown An Early Access game.
 
PUBG is GOTY imo and the first genuinely revolutionary game this industry has seen since, I dunno, Minecraft? Can't believe some people are still downplaying it.

And I hope its success puts the exclusion of Early Access games from awards to rest once and for all.