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Totally Accurate Battlegrounds is free for keeps in the next days

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Image from a spoof game named Totally Accurate Battlegrounds
TABG

Totally Accurate Battlegrounds or TABG is another one in the line of Landfall's April's Fools games, this time centered around battle royale. The game references PUBG in many of its spoofs and it can be picked up for free on Steam.

Bluehole's lawsuit against Epic Games is roughly as logical as dividing by zero, and the number of F bombs Landfall give about a potential lawsuit against them is equal to dividing a zero. TABG is making fun of PUBG in several aspects, but the game is fun its own way. It will be available for free for another three days and 11 hours at the time of writing.

You can add TABG to your library by visiting the game's Steam pageTABG will be free for the taking only during the first 100 hours of the announcement, after which it will cost a somewhat nominal fee of $4,99 which will be used to pay for the server upkeep. If you're not sure how much time is left for picking the game up for free, you can check the countdown timer on Landfall's official site.

The official description testifies to the fact that Landfall don't take the game in super serious tone but rather a light one as it states that TABG is a parody of the battle royale genre where "a bunch of physics-based weirdos fight it out on an island". They also added that "everything is silly and possibly buggy", which is still a description that indirectly describes Fortnite and PUBG respectively.

This parody also plays somewhat similar to PUBG, as the interface is fairly similar, one guy on the picture above is carrying a frying pan and another one has PUBG's signature helmet with welding mask on. 

LandfallImage from a spoof game named Totally Accurate BattlegroundsIt's like they're daring Bluehole to sue them

Some players are currently complaining about matchmaking but other than that, the game is receiving positive reviews left and right. Let's hope it doesn't explode in popularity or Bluehole might sue Landfall as well. We will see what happens, but in the meantime, you may want to go and pick up your free copy of the game.