PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is unstoppable in sales and users


When we say that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a real phenomenon, we do not exaggerate at all. The game developed by the Korean studio Bluehole is a competitive shooter with a system very similar to that seen in the movie Battle Royale . After throwing us from a plane, we will have to survive in a scenario that will gradually be reduced. The problem is that there will be another 99 players that will look the same, since the winner will be the last player standing.

At the beginning of the game we will start with a very basic equipment and we will have to search for weapons, ammunition and protection on the stage, being careful, yes, not to receive a shot in the process, since the game will end for us.

These peculiar mechanics have conquered a whopping 10 million users, just as its creator has just announced in social networks . It is spectacular that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has 10 million units sold , as just 2 weeks ago was for the 7 million units .

The studio is a double celebration, since today the peak of the million users simultaneously enjoying the game on Steam. At the moment, the concurrent users record on the Valve platform has DOTA 2 with more than 1,200 simultaneous users, but PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds could surpass it sooner rather than later if it continues at this rate of units sold.


Most Anticipated Games Of 2017


We are about to say goodbye to 2016, a year that, even having its points of discussion, has given us many good hours of fun. With the generation already in full maturity, the developers are being able to squeeze the most current machines to offer what will be called their best games.

2017 is called to be just that: a year of strengthening catalogs, Maximum of each new game, each new universe in which to enter. It will also be time to welcome new systems such as Switch, which will certainly have a lot to say starting in March.

For the moment, as the royalties send in these dates, we are going to give a good review to the most anticipated games of 2017. Nothing more and nothing less than forty-four titles have come to mind thinking about this year that we are about to Of brand new, so look at everything that awaits us.

We go for them in two parts – here is the first – The thugs of Volition will propose to give more movement to the universe ‘Sains Row’ with this title that will retain the inevitable signs of identity of the house: action in the open world with few limits beyond our desire to fiddle brown.

At Capybara Games you have to love them. They are very much theirs making games, that’s true, but titles like ‘Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP’ are as rare as they are special, and I have no doubt that Below will keep the bar. It’s been a long time coming back, but let’s hope 2017 is finally your year.

After two deliveries that are already works of authentic cult among action lovers, returns the always explosive proposal of ‘Crackdown’ with a title that will bet to go further at all levels. Absolute freedom, much lead and much to destroy. ‘Cuphead’ is another indie that we’ve been waiting for too long, but his proposal seems so adorable and so challenging, we do not mind biting our nails a little more.

Come on, this year does not happen. Zombie apocalypse, open world and survival spirit, all done by the parents of ‘Syphon Filter’. Need I say something else? Well, we want it for ya, of course we do. Sony has not given as much hype as other projects, but surely the moment we enjoy it to the maximum.


Resident Evil 7 Gold Edition confirmed and release date of Not a Hero and End of Zoe


Capcom has confirmed the launch of Resident Evil Gold Edition for December 24 in Japan (we do not know its date in our territory) to the portal Famitsu, coming to PC and Xbox One in physical format and PS4 also in physical. This edition of the survival horror will include Not a Hero and End of Zoe , the two DLCs for the Resident Evil 7 story that will also arrive independently on December 14th.

For the owners of the original version of Resident Evil 7 , Not a Hero will put us in the shoes of Chris Redfieldand will be free, while End of Zoe will tell the story of Zoe Baker and will consist of 1,500 yen (about 11.50 € to change), although it will be included in the title season pass.

Since last April Capcom confirmed that Not a Hero, the history DLC for Resident Evil 7, was delayed and that was preparing a second additional content , we have nothing returned to know about these additions, but today has leaked its possible release date .

According to the Japanese portal Famitsu, both additional contents of Resident Evil 7 would come to PC, PS4 and Xbox One this year, but let’s specify something more.

As reported by the aforementioned media, both DLCs would be launched on December 14. Not a Hero , which will put us in the shoes of Chris Redfield , and would arrive free of charge on all platforms.

As for the second DLC of history for Resident Evil 7, it would receive the name of End of Zoe and it would tell us the history of the personage who would give name to the downloadable, costing a total of 1,500 yen (about 11,5 € to the change).

In addition, the source also ensures that Capcom is preparing a Gold edition of Resident Evil 7 and soon to be announced with all the details, although presumably it would be a survival horror version that would include all its downloadable content.

Of course, it is necessary to say that we are before a filtration and that until Capcom does not provide some type of official detail we can not confirm nor that the two DLC of Resident Evil 7 are going to be released the 14 of December nor that there is a Gold edition of the game on my way.

While we wait for the company to speak about it, we invite you to take a look at our guide to Resident Evil 7 to be able to move more easily until the end of the game and our analysis of Resident Evil 7 to know all its details.