It only took PUBG 48 hours to sell one million copies on Xbox One consoles. While this is a drop in the bucket compared to the number of units sold on PC it's definitely a good start for its console debut. Still, one million units in two days should come as no surprise to anyone who has watched PUBG become one of the biggest success stories in PC gaming over the last year. It basically came out of nowhere and won over fans with its straightforward battle royale survival gameplay.
As reported by GamesIndustry this is all happening despite the fact that many Xbox One players are complaining that the early access console version seems to have more flaws than its PC counterpart did in its early stages, such as a poorer draw rate and graphics that aren't up to par. Such issues weren't enough to deter fans who have already waited patiently for PUBG to make its way to the Xbox One.
When you factor in that Microsoft has announced they're giving away free copies of PUBG with the purchase of a new Xbox One until the end of the year, the number of units sold may set some new sales records for the company.