PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

When this review was made, it was almost can't believe if you had never heard of the name Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds before, regardless of whether you have tasted it or not. A game that is also often referred to as "PUBG" for the past half year, it has indeed become one of the hottest materials for conversation ever. An actual game that doesn't carry a concept that is arguably truly revolutionary is still in the Early-Access stage but continues to get unstoppable attention and popularity.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds's Experience

PUBG is not the first game to apply the genre of battle-royale. There are many other popular games that try to enter the same market, such as The Culling for example, but end up sinking quickly after reaching a high level of popularity quickly. After diving through a few hours of gameplay that has not ended in victory until now, there are some things that we think contribute to this sensation of addiction. First? Of course, because he is a multiplayer game that contains 100 people at the same time, in a wide arena. That not only the concept of the open world opens up opportunities for so many strategies and movements, but because the battle scenario of 100 people will never produce one experience from one battle to another. What you get, like many other competitive multiplayer games, is a game that never feels the same, no matter how many times you try.

Playerunknown's Battlegrounds indeed deserves to be one of the phenomenal games in 2017. That all the fantastic statistics that he managed to present throughout the year is the result of a combination of solid elements as an online multiplayer game, not just a matter of hype. A straightforward action game that asks you to survive and survive, in situations of combat that are never the same, with a system of punishment that is so minimal, addictive gameplay, a loot box system that only contains cosmetic items, and updates support that is consistently present. Reinforced at an affordable price, it's like a temptation to keep calling your wallet not just to glance, but jump out and go into Steam to make it part of your game library in the end. He is a hype that is indeed commensurate.

At an affordable price for a super popular game and able to offer gameplay times from hundreds to thousands of hours without being easily repetitive, there is no reason not to glance at phenomenal games with this fantastic multiplayer experience. Hopefully, Bluehole Studio will consistently maintain this momentum by continuing to involve the community for feedback itself.

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