PUBG Omitted BP Compensation Handed Out to All Players

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In development for PC and Xbox One, using Unreal Engine 4, the standalone game will expand the core Battle Royale experience enjoyed by millions of players into a highly competitive player vs. player (PvP) game in a dynamic open world. These noticeable gains have given some fans confidence that the developer will get close to a steady 30 frames per second across all Xbox One platforms. PUBG has seen around four updates since its launch, which amounts to about one update per week. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds will put up to 64 players on a remote island for a winner-takes-all showdown where strategic gameplay is as important as shooting skills.

Cheating in PUBG has become rampant, and players are now demanding to region lock China as the solution to the problem. It originally launched on Steam through its Early Access program, and only actually launched properly on the main Steam page in December 2017 with its PC 1.0 Update. Microsoft also worked on the Xbox One conversion itself, keen to strike while the iron was hot.

Microsoft announced yesterday that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has now hit another milestone on Xbox One. Xbox One gamers were faced with many issues while playing the game such as frequent crashes. They will also make changes to make it more balanced in the future. "However, PlayStation is very strict about this".

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"Player Unknown Battlegrounds" now has better visuals with the new update.

PUBG is a reimagining of the first-person shooter as an e-sport competition, a virtual version of the Hunger Games where competitors parachute onto an island, and then find weapons and other items and hunt each other down. You can only get six crates per week, and you have no control over which crate you're going to receive, means it will take you years to earn the rare items on your own.