PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS is a last-man-standing shooter being developed with community feedback. Players must fight to locate weapons and supplies in a massive 8x8 km island to be the lone survivor. This is BATTLE ROYALE.
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PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS is a last-man-standing shooter being developed with community feedback. Starting with nothing, players must fight to locate weapons and supplies in a battle to be the lone survivor. This realistic, high tension game is set on a massive 8x8 km island with a level of detail that showcases Unreal Engine 4's capabilities.
PLAYERUNKNOWN aka Brendan Greene, is a pioneer of the Battle Royale genre. As the creator of the Battle Royale game-mode found in the ARMA series and H1Z1 : King of the Kill, Greene is co-developing the game with veteran team at Bluehole to create the most diverse and robust Battle Royale experience to date
Not Just a Game. This is BATTLE ROYALE
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The game (if your computer rig can play it) is beautiful and very gripping. It caters for many types of players, i.e. The Zergers, The Strategists, The Campers, etc, as either type of playstyle can help you (and possibly your squad) either enjoy a Chicken Dinner, or a disheartening defeat. Whether you win or lose, playing another round is always just as tempting. It's a fun game, where squad communication, skill, and lucky looting play a major role in the outcome of the game.
PlayerUnknown?s Battlegrounds is one of the most compulsory video game experiences to release in the past few years. It ha stood out in a year with some of the best games ever, and is a testament to how excellent it really is. It?s the sort of game experience I talk about with friends who are not into video games. Its overall one of the best of all time, highly recommended to everyone
TL:DR - Fantastic game but with a cost - If you're okay with spending a number of rounds looting and building up your inventory for 10 minutes only to potentially lose it in an instant, or spending 5 minutes running across the map on foot looking for a vehicle, then this game may still work for you. Don't get me wrong, PUBG is an excellent game that is one of a kind, but unless you have the time and motivation to get to that "one game" where you win, it's going to take a lot of time that not everyone has. I loved the game initially, it was engaging, fun, exciting, and an adrenaline rush. My first few "chicken dinners" were exhilarating. But after the initial excitement faded, it dawned on me how much time i was investing in these games, looting for 10 minutes on a time only to lose it all in less than 10 seconds of a firefight. Obviously every game isn't like that, but when it does happen I sit back and wonder what I just did with my life. I want to emphasise - this is an EXCELLENT game, but it just isn't for everyone.
Lately games haven't been too unique in my opinion and this game easily changed that. I was late to get on board and was skeptical about it but now I'm addicted and crave to play it everyday. It's a realistic tactical shooter that starts you off unarmed and jumping out of a plane and skydiving to scramble to gather weapons, armor and other supplies to survive and make it to be the last player standing. Every so often within the game the map gets smaller and smaller forcing players to get closer and fight until finally one player (or team) is standing. Every game has up to 100 players that fly over large maps full of structures, expansive terrain with hills, rivers, small mountains, etc. You can play with up to a group of 4 and the odds of winning are always unpredictable. The intensity, punishing surprises, clutch plays and amazing last second turn arounds of this game make each match a new and exciting experience that leaves you wanting more and more. Always expect the unexpected and even when things are feeling good anything can happen at anytime. As of 12/25/17 this game is great fun but still has some issues and glitches and doesn't always run as smooth as I'd like. Such as rubber banding for example. Above all this is a refreshing new type of game and it will undoubtedly keep me coming back. (Also this game is getting a zombies mode in the future!)
PUBG is one of the most interesting PvP experiences to date. Up to 100 players parachute down from a plane onto one of two maps, loot buildings for guns and gear to use, and aim to be the last player or squad standing. For a game where most of the "gameplay" is just picking up equipment, the most exciting part is when you're facing off against other player(s) while potentially being under-equipped and aiming to survive. There is a mode for just one person but the strength of the game is when you're playing with another person or up to 4 people in a squad with the common goal of being the last squad alive. It's a tense, at times tactical game where one must pick and choose their fights and when to best move on. Graphics are nice when they are turned up, but due to the competitiveness and scale of the game, lower graphic settings are actually better and at those settings, the game looks quite ugly. With the most recent update being the official full release, the game is much more optimized and there should be higher framerates. However, the game is still buggy and tickrate is low. However, if the base gameplay is appealing to you. It's worth a purchase. If you plan on playing this game yourself, I would hesitate to recommend it, but if you have a group of friends, this is easily one of the most fun and tense battle-royale games out there.
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