PUBG Server Status: How long is PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds down on PC?

PUBG, otherwise known as PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is currently down on PC as developer Bluehole looks to improve the game.

The news was confirmed by the official PUBG Twitter account on Wednesday morning, with details of when the game would be going offline, how long for and what changes were being made to the game.

"PC players, we will be running a 3 hour server maintenance period on our live servers to implement additional changes to our backend systems," explained PUBG's Twitter help account.

The game should come back online at around 5AM for anyone in the UK.

News of this new Xbox One PUBG update comes after last week Bluehole announced that the early access Xbox game had crossed 5 million players.

Back in early December, Microsoft announced that the game had amassed a million players on Xbox One.

In one month, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds – you might have heard of it – had amassed 3 million players on Xbox One.

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This doesn't equate exactly to sales (as many of you have pointed out – my apologies) as multiple accounts can access a game on an Xbox One.

It's even more impressive that PUBG raced to 1 million players in just 48 hours on Xbox One.

Today, that number has once again grown.

"Today we celebrate a huge milestone for the PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS community," writes Microsoft in its 5,000,000 player video celebration.

Stay tuned for updates.

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