Articles with pubg tag
img
PUBG and Fortnite got banned by the Chinese Government

Violating a country's social and ethical rules could get your game banned too. Out of 20 popular online games submitted for review to the Online Ethics Review Committee established by the Chinese government, 11 were instructed to corrective action to address the committee concerns. 9 of those 11 games failed and are now banned in the country.According to a Reddit Thread documenting the review process of this committee. The games on the list are League of legends, Fortnite, PUBG, Overwatch along with many popular titles produced by companies like Tencent and NetEase. Riot's games "overly revealing female characters" and “inharmonious chatroom”,

img
Fortnite Battle Royale is PUBG for the poor

Popular PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds inspired Fortnite's developer to prepare their own Battle Royale game for free.Epic Games, creator of Fortnite, obviously liked the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds popularity and they prepared their own Battle Royale game. Battle Royale is a mod for Fortnite that will come out as a separate and completely free game on September 26th for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles.So, this PvP mode, with 100 players playing, and only one winner, will beat PUBG in at least two things - it will come to consoles earlier and will not ask you to drag into the wallet. However, Epic Games

img
PUBG is now the most popular game on Steam

The record number of players playing at Steam at the same time does not belong to Dota 2 anymore.It happened - Steam after a very long time has a new most popular game with a record number of active players. Dota 2 dominated the top ten most popular games on Steam since 2014 but PUBG has set a new record this weekend, knocking down the odds of 1.29 million active players in the same game.The new record is growing and now stands at 1,338,091 players. Since PUBG has so far sold over 10 million copies, this means that every ten players