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    Haaks1998, 19 november 2017 20:57

    PUBG's (PlayerUnknown's BattleGround) Success Story

    Introduction:


    The inspiration for PUBG game originated from the Japanese film of the name Battle Royale, which pits players against each other in a full-scale battle to find out the best and last person standing. Unfortunately, because of copyright risks and different legalities the group needed to maintain a strategic distance from that name, they eventually stuck with PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds which we now all know and love. This game has broken most of the records on the steam and has beaten Dota 2. PUBG is still in early access on Steam and is experiencing constant refinement to ensure players who purchase the game in early access are rewarded with additional maps, features and that's just the beginning. So now that you have a thought of what PUBG means, let’s dive a little deeper to know about its success.


    Basic Information:


    Initial Release Date:Mar 23, 2017 (Early Access)
    Game Type:Multiplayer Shooter
    Game Engine:Unreal Engine 4
    Developers:Bluehole Studio Inc, PUBG Corporation
    Platform:PC, XBOX (Releasing this December)
    Official Website:http://www.playbattlegrounds.com/main.pu
    Price:US $ 29.99 (in USA)


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    PUBG is an almost consummately constructed anxiety machine. It starts with the orgiastic brutality and violence toward the start of each match. Mobs of players ruthlessly batter each other or dump munitions into each other's soft, fleshy bodies in a high vitality, ridiculous craze. It's promptly certain not just how savage the weapons on offer are however just what number of other eager for murder players are prepared to mercilessly chop you down on their way to the highest point of the stack. PUBG combines both the shooter genre and survival simulation titles. The real reason behind PUBG success is that it realizes the gamers psychology and include those features in the game which the gamers really want. Some of these features are mentioned below:
    Cheaters Free Matchmaking:
    No one loves cheaters. Cheating is one of the massive issues, multiplayer games are facing today. Cheaters just ruin the multiplayer game experience.  So in order to keep PUBG matches away from cheaters, they are using gold standard anti-cheat service like Battleye. They banned cheater's accounts thus protecting the game from cheaters. So the gamers feel safe while playing the game.
    1st person VS 3rd person perspectives:
    Some gamers like first-person games. Some like third-person games. PUBG allows users to choose between first-person or third-person perspective whatever they like.  There are separate servers for the 1st person only and 3rd person with 1st person perspective matches. 
    Player and Weapon Customization:
    In PUBG, various elements of the character like hairs, skin tone, clothes and other body elements can be customized to multiple variations. There is a variety of different weapons in the game including 21 main weapons, 4 pistols, 4 grenades, 4 melee weapons, 38 attachments and offers a wide range weapon customization.
    Chute to Kill:
    Viewing your murderer fellows sail towards the ground, watching their parachutes deploy, it's impossible not to feel your pulse rushing just somewhat, even if you're just a casual observer. This is especially valid on the off chance that you see some of those obvious canvas domes lurching down towards the spot you've selected for your own dropzone. The arrangement phase of PUBG is one of its most splendid and undervalued sequences. There's an illusory sense of control when you choose a spot on the guide to hop out of the plane, a sensation frequently instantly shattered when you understand the plane is heaving a group of different players ideal afterwards. Instead of an isolated sanctuary, you're dropping into some exceptionally killing fields, and that is the point at which the tension truly ratchets up.Viewing your murderer fellows sail towards the ground, watching their parachutes deploy, it's impossible not to feel your pulse rushing just somewhat, even if you're just a casual observer. This is especially valid on the off chance that you see some of those obvious canvas domes lurching down towards the spot you've selected for your own dropzone. The arrangement phase of PUBG is one of its most splendid and undervalued sequences. There's an illusory sense of control when you choose a spot on the guide to hop out of the plane, a sensation frequently instantly shattered when you understand the plane is heaving a group of different players ideal afterwards. Instead of an isolated sanctuary, you're dropping into some exceptionally killing fields, and that is the point at which the tension truly ratchets up.
    Players Friendly:
    PUBG is a noob friendly game in a way not many of those shooters games present that it rewards different playstyles similarly. On the off chance that you are the forceful sort and need to dive directly into a warmed gunfight and blend it up as fast as could be allowed, you're rewarded for each kill. When those players encounter each other on the field, what takes after is a sudden blast of extreme, savage battle, regardless of the possibility that you wind up on the losing end of it. The greater part of the crawling, creeping, storing and looking inexorably creates a nervousness and anxiety that is radiantly released during these short, violent exchanges. There is no chance for snipers to camp because the map is constantly limiting and also red zones make it difficult to choose one spot for snipping. Every player has to search for the weapons on the map, so there are no squads in the game which means that every player has equal opportunity to find the good weapon. 
    Streamers:
    One of the major reason that has made PUBG such a success is that the game seems, in some ways, made for streaming. The concept of battle royale, the idea of looting,  fighting with other players and surviving up to end is good for streamers, especially the starting part. 

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    Comments

    start from the beginning now we're here

    29 february 2020 15:33
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    Nice one day

    30 march 2020 12:17
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    Dope *** game

    27 may 2020 12:15
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    Good game

    20 july 2019 23:04
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    Nice

    3 july 2019 08:07
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    Powerfull

    4 july 2019 03:56
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    Good

    20 april 2020 14:01
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    pubg is a good game

    20 april 2020 02:46
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    pubg is ameizing

    18 february 2020 17:34
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    It s good game

    26 november 2017 14:46
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