About the game
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG ) is an online multiplayer battle royale game. Each game consists of up to a hundred players who fight each other in order to remain the last man alive.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Articles
PUBG's new PC update has an anti-cheat measure that may cause your game to crash
PUBG's PC test servers are sporting a new patch. The latest update has brought some more performance improvements both server and client-side. Due to the new anti-cheat system, some players might experience game crashes.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds' latest Xbox One patch adds the auto-run function
PUBG Corp has rolled out a new patch for the Xbox One version of their PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Changes have been made to the game's control scheme, and an auto/run function has been added. Other various bugs have been fixed.
If you thought CS:GO gambling was bad, wait for PUBG
CS:GO skin gambling sites have had several years to get troubling enough with their effectiveness to attract mainstream attention. It is time to kick back and see how much havoc that accumulated experience will wreck once it gets applied to PUBG skin gambling.
PUBG announces Xbox update, promises performance and gameplay improvements
PUBG may not have had the best of starts on Xbox but PUBG Corp’s steady stream of updates is looking to address that. The company announced the latest one on the forums, promising fixes and improvements to 3 million of its players. Yes, PUBG already exceeded 3 million Xbox players, despite shoddy performance.
PUBG in gambling controversy?
One has to wonder whether PUBG Corp regrets announcing the latest update to their game, seeing as how the changes to the crate system sparked controversy around whether it constitutes gambling. Responses from the ESRB and U.K. Gambling Commission have been underwhelming, reiterating concerns without any actual action.
PUBG revamps player reporting system
It seems as if public outcry over the number of cheaters in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has finally made the company take notice, so the upcoming update will be looking to address some of these problems. The update is being tweaked on the test servers and should bring a number of improvements on all fronts, from graphics and general performance to the crate box system.
PUBG - Hackers are becoming a serious threat
PUBG Corp teamed up with South Korean game technology provider Minkonet to bring some custom replay settings to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. The options launched with the 1.0 version of the game and were supposed to help the devs get rid of hackers. Recent reports show that hackers are still growing in numbers.
The PUBG hack problem is bigger than China
Blaming the recent surge in PUBG hacking on Chinese players is incredibly convenient for everyone not playing out of China. A second glance shows that battle royale cheaters will only get more numerous until Bluehole get their act togeter.
Symbiosis of gambling and gaming is at its peak
Dust from the stampede of enraged gamers is high up in the sky these days, following atrocious exploitation policies from two publisher/developer tag teams - EA/DICE and Activision/Bungie. Yet while these two outfits are taking the heat over the gambling controversy, there are others doing just the same but going unchecked.
PUBG's first post-launch update deals with lag and rubber-banding
PUBG's PC version got its first post-launch update. The dev team took to Steam to explain why lag and rubber-banding are so difficult to get rid of. After the patch, the team will continue to monitor the servers.