PUBG Xbox One Sold An Estimated 582,000 Retail Units During First Week

60% of sold units came from the US.

The first week of PUBG’s launch seemed quite fruitful for Microsoft. According to VGChartz Global Weekly Chart for the week ending December 16, PUBG sold an estimated  581,761 units at retail – this means that digital sales were not accounted for (we can assume that digital sales were likely much higher).

Breaking down the sales by region, the game sold best in the US with 349,684 units sold (60%), compared to 146,895 units sold in Europe (25%). Looking more closely at Europe, the game sold an estimated 69,654 units in the UK, 19,986 units in Germany, and 11,667 units in France.
PUBG’s launch was met with mixed reviews, as a game still in preview, it was riddled with bugs and performance issues. Since the launch, PUBG Corp has been hard at work to iron out issues. As of right now, the final version doesn’t have a release date.

‘From the makers of the best-selling PC phenomenon, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS drops players into a competitive survival battle where you’ll engage in a heart-racing fight to be the last player left alive.

Parachute onto a massive remote island with nothing but your wits and the clothes on your back. Explore, loot and locate weapons or use vehicles to find supplies and gear-up for fast-paced combat.

Go solo or team up with other players as you engage in a heart-racing fight to the be the last person left alive.’


Thoughts on PUBG Xbox One? Let us know in the comments below. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds released for the Xbox One worldwide on December 12, 2017 as an Xbox Game Preview title.