Why I Love/Hate PUBG in 2019

Ok, PUBG.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.

Fight Royale.

A very Popular game that is taking over internet gaming as a big storm. PUBG is one of those, and one of the first. A mod that transformed into an independent game. In any case, there’s the inquiry, is the game great? Is it playable? Do the peoples appreciate it? For my point of view, we need to start from the beginning.

The Beginning

On September 12, 2017. The day that I purchased PUBG, despite the fact that it was still in early access. I had seen a few companions play, just as each streamer ever play it. I figured, why not? It was $30, which isn’t modest, however not horrendous. From what I had heard, the designer was extremely dynamic being developed. So I purchased it.

For some time, it was entertaining. I had a gathering of companions I would play squads with and, being my first FPS on PC, I figured out how to play with a console and mouse. There were bugs, obviously, and programs, yet it’s an early access game, you anticipate that. Correct? All things considered, right.

Things looked great. Updates were coming in. Cash was being made. Everybody on the planet was anticipating what the game would turn into.

And Now Today

Quick forward to today, over a year later.There are still issues. A lot of issues.

Dislike the game doesn’t get refreshed. They push out updates constantly, even now, and shut down the servers two times every week for upkeep. It’s simply… an irreconcilable circumstance, possibly?

The designers are truly stressed over cash, or so it appears. Additionally, with the ocean of fight royale recreations turning out, they are stressed over remaining important. The issue is, they aren’t generally helping anything.

The organization is by all accounts progressively about skins, maps, and weapons as opposed to fixing what they as of now have. Each exhibition update helps something, yet breaks a few additional things. For instance, one update left my amigos and I unfit to try and join a match. Not great.

As I’m worn out. It’s fun, however, I’m worn out. You will have evenings where all is well and you have a great time. At that point, you will have evenings where you get shot around corners or lose battles you plainly should’ve won. The replay framework is still so laggy that you can’t watch a replay and precisely observe what occurred.

Truly, toward the beginning of the night, it resembles a hurl up whether the server has your back. On the off chance that it doesn’t, you lose a ton of firefights. On the off chance that it does, you win those. It’s entirely insane, yet happens over and over.

Indeed, even with every one of the issues, and me blowing up, despite everything I have more than 200 hours in the game. Why? Since it’s entertaining. It’s a fun game when it works. The issue is the point at which you push for it to be in eSports competitions, at that point the whole world sees two players endure a projectile that detonated ideal at their feet (no doubt, that occurred).

It’s a contention. Supposing that you post about it, individuals state it’s your PC. Everything I can say is, I’ve played enough to understand it’s the game and not my PC. On the off chance that I can’t make a showing with a GTX 1080, at that point I would prefer not to make that appearance.

There are lot’s of thing that I need to cover..but not now.

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