PewDiePie Returns To YouTube With Plans After A Month-Long Break
After a 30-day break, the king of YouTube with over 100 million subscribers, PewDiePie finally returns. Felix Kjellberg announced his break a few months ago where he said that he wants to take an off at the start of the year 2020 without announcing his date of return. The YouTuber also cleared his Twitter by deleting every single tweet before he left. On February 21, only a month after his hiatus, the Swede has come back with big plans ahead.
PewDiePie Returns To YouTube!
The biggest YouTuber PewDiePie began his first video after his return by sharing and talking about memes. There was one meme in particular that might have gotten him off on a bad start because as usual, the media loves to highlight and exaggerate his reactions. Perhaps this is normal for such a big star to come back after a hiatus and get right back down to the place he took a break from.
The PewDiePie posted a video titled “I went on a break for 30 days & THIS HAPPENED”. The star has been posting a video daily for like 10 years, without fail. It is huge for even a Kjellberg to achieve such kind of feat when creative editing alone can take hours sometimes. You can watch his return video below:
He also talked about how he wants to move things forward now that he is back:
“Technically I wouldn’t have to come back. I could retire if I wanted to. It was good for me to take a break, to sort of process what I’m doing and what I want to do in the future. And there is definitely some changes I will have to do with the channel, but I’ll do them gradually.”
PewDiePie admitted that he started obsessing over YouTube for too long, pushing himself too hard. He hinted that there is other stuff he wants to do now, which is apparently some bigger projects. Appreciating his fans and sharing their memes he missed in the past month, he closed off the video, announcing that he is back on daily-upload schedule.