PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

PUBG Loot Boxes and Desert Map New Details

After Electronic Arts encountered negative feedback for adding microtransactions that affect gameplay to Star Wars Battlefront II, it seems that all major developers wary of loot boxes. When it comes to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, the option to customize your player via buying gear packs is present for a while. However, their focus has solely been on cosmetic items, and they plan to keep it tha...[Read More]

PUBG Mobile Set to Release Soon…in China

We recently discussed that Bluehole agreed with Tencent to release a modified version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds for the Chinese market. That agreement came after the government of that country criticized the violence in PUBG and expressed their concerns whether the game is in line with “core social values of China.” Just a couple of days, Tencent also released that it is working on an adapt...[Read More]

PUBG 1.0 Will Feature New Weapons and Modified Desert Map

Long live data miners! I am sure that is what an average PUBG fan (hint: me) thinks whenever we get new information about the 1.0 edition of the game, which was tested during the last couple of days. New reports reveal information about three new weapons (or four, depending what you believe is worthy to be named a gun), as well as some changes made to the desert map. Let’s discuss arms first as th...[Read More]

PUBG Coming to China with “Appropriate Changes”

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is undoubtedly one of the favorite games worldwide at the moment. However, the government of China seems to be among those few that aren’t exactly the biggest fans of the Battle Royale shooter. In fact, they believe that the game doesn’t line up with the social values of their country, which is why they even announced the possibility of banning it. That forced Bluehol...[Read More]

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Adds Two New Weapons to Test Servers

Bluehole Studios is not hiding that they were surprised by the massive popularity of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. While it might seem a bit weird that we haven’t seen a 1.0 PC release yet, the good news is that that day is getting close. The latest report from the official PUBG website revealed that the third update is on its way to the test servers. The most significant new feature seems to be ...[Read More]

PUBG 1.0 Hits Test Servers with Ballistics and Vaulting Changes

The incredible popularity that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds achieved since its release in March didn’t seem to make the developers speed up things when it comes to releasing a full version. However, we are finally getting close to the PUBG 1.0 update which has hit the test servers last night. The first impression of those who got to play it is that vaulting and ballistics enhancements significant...[Read More]

Here’s How the New PUBG Desert Map and Vehicles Will Look Like

We won’t reveal anything new if we share that new vehicles and a desert map are coming to PUBG sooner rather than later. However, thanks to the fans that know a thing or two about computers, we get to see what these new features will look like! We just need to clarify that this is not an official reveal, but rather something the players discovered. Bluehole Studios recently started test servers fo...[Read More]

PUBG Sells 20 Million Copies and Announces Xbox One Release Date

It has been a big day for PUBG with two important announcements coming from Brendan Greene himself. The game is celebrating selling 20 million copies, which is another confirmation that it’s the surprise hit of the year. The milestone is even more significant if you consider the fact that they doubled the sales number after only two months. As PC Gamer reported, it was in September when Bluehole s...[Read More]

The Blue Zone in PUBG Has Just Become More Lethal

The popularity of the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds doesn’t seem to fade over time. While the Xbox One owners are looking forward to being the first ones that will try the console version, PC gamers have been enjoying PUBG for months. But that doesn’t mean that the developers are letting themselves not work on further improving the game. In fact, they prepared a major update that will increase foc...[Read More]

Game-Changing Vaulting Mechanic Coming to PUBG in the Next Update

As if they didn’t change the experience enough when they made the blue zone more lethal, the developers of PUBG announced that another crucial game-changer is making its way to their game. The next big adjustment will be the implementation of vaulting. Although Bluehole Studios denied that they would make that possible a couple of months ago, Brendan Greene himself confirmed that the change should...[Read More]

Microsoft Set to Extend Exclusivity Deal for PUBG on Xbox One

Microsoft is currently negotiating with Bluehole, the developer of the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, to prolong their exclusivity deal for the console edition of the game on Xbox One. PUBG is one of the most successful games released this year, and it quickly became a favorite among thousands of players around the world. Considering that it is already on a massive scale regarding the number of pe...[Read More]

PUBG Creator Wants a Single-Player Campaign, But It Is Not That Easy

We are sure that even Brendan Greene, the creator of the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, didn’t foresee this amount of success when he first released the game. But the truth is that more players are joining every day, and PUBG may become the best release of 2017. Greene participated in a Reddit AMA recently, and he spoke about what additions he would like to see in the game in the future. He emphas...[Read More]

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