According to the founder of Valve, Gabe Newell, PUBG’s earnings have landed the game to become the third highest-earning game ever on Steam. That is something which most of us were already expecting. To be honest for many, PUBG is noteworthily one of the most procuring amusement ever.
According to “PC Gamer” very recently at a roundtable interview, Gabe Newell said that the company created a “hole” by not shipping any new games after Dota 2. He further added that they will be staring it again. Talking about PUBG he added that the Valve’s hardware and technology research has been a futuristic investment. Which he connected to the success of PUBG.
According to him, such investment has led Valve to develop a relatively new game like PUBG. Now using that technology they have been able to capitalize on all the other multiplayer games as well. Furthermore, he said that in the present world China has a huge market and possibilities for those who have a knack for PC game development. Due to that PUBG has become the third largest selling game in Steam’s history.
This is the first time we are hearing about the game’s lifetime Steam revenue in comparison to other games on the platform. Although, Newell didn’t say what games were on number one and two spots, though we have an idea what those game would be. Valve’s own Dota 2, Team Fortress 2 and CS: GO are certainly on top of the list.
All the while this PUBG ranking on Steam was certainly not a surprise, recently a report has made its way on the internet suggesting that the game may also be in the works for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.
That said are you a PUBG player? Were you expecting PUBG’s Earnings to land it as the Third highest earning game on Steam? Let us know in the comments below.