My Love/Hate Relationship With PUBG

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My LoveHate Relationship With PUBG

My LoveHate Relationship With PUBG


PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.

Battle Royale.

The games making headlines in online gaming are taking the world with a vengeance. PUBG is just one of them and is among the very first. It was a mod that evolved into a stand-alone game. There’s a question what is the quality of the game? Does it have enough playability? Do users like it? My personal opinion is that we must return in time to when it was first introduced.

The Beginning

September 12th, December 12, 2017. The day I bought PUBG, the game, even though it was being released in the early stages of. I had watched some of my friends play it and every streamer who has ever played it. Did I think why not? It cost me $30 for a single bottle, which isn’t cheap but it’s certainly not expensive. According to what I’d read, the developer was highly involved in the development process. Therefore, I decided to invest.

It was enjoyable. I had a few players I would play with groups with. It was my very first FPS on a PC, and I was able to use an actual keyboard and mouse. It was not without bugs, sure as well as hackers, but as the first game to be released in early access, so you are expecting this. Right? Well, right.

Things were looking good. New updates were arriving. There was money to be made. Everybody was eagerly anticipating what the future held for the game.


Today is more than a year after.

There are problems. Many problems.

It’s not as if the game doesn’t receive updates. They release updates constantly, and even the moment they shut down servers twice each week to conduct maintenance. It’s… is it a conflict of interest?

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The developers are worried about the money aspect as it appears. With the flood of battle royale titles coming out, they’re worried about their relevance. However, the issue is that they’re not really helping anything.

The company appears to be more focused on skins maps, skins, and weapons instead of fixing what it already does. Every performance update improves something, but it breaks several other things. For instance, one update rendered my teammates and me unable even to take part in a match. This is not good.

And now, I’m tired. It’s great, but I’m exhausted. There will be nights when everything goes well, and you have an enjoyable time. You will also have days when you’re caught in the crossfire or lose fights you should have been able to win. The replay system is too slow that it is impossible to even view a replay and clearly see what transpired.

In truth, at the beginning of the evening, it’s an open question of which server is on your side. If not, you’ll be losing numerous fighting. In the event that it happens, you will win these. It’s not easy, but it is a regular occurrence.

With all the issues and my anger, I still have more than 200 hours of playing. Why? Because it’s fun. It’s a great game in the event that it is played. The issue is when you try to get it to be played in tournaments for eSports, and all the world is watching two players who survive an explosion just feet away from their feet (yeah, it’s occurred).

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The argument is a matter of fact. If you write about it, some people will claim that your PC is at fault. The only thing I have to say is I’ve played enough games to know that it’s the game, not my computer. If I’m unable to play a game on a GTX 1080 and I’m not able to play it, then I’m not going to play the game.

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