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Discussion in 'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' started by I_Smash_keyboard, Sep 3, 2018.
im looking to buy a new game but its too expensive atm and i want to know when a deal is coming out
I play it for enough amount of time to say that this is not a complete game (I already know some people will be so mad for what i already said), there are some issue with the servers, like bullet misalignment or hit registation, that ruin the experience of playing a fps like pubg.
If you want to buy it, I can suggest buy a key from here: https://www.instant-gaming.com/en/1995-buy-key-steam-playerunknowns-battlegrounds/ (it's the instant gaming site, i buy sometimes games here, and are quite cheap).
It's well worth $30 if you can save up that much, as long as you're at the recommend specs and have a SSD it'll be a lot of fun. Once you get through a few hours and have things figured out and get some kills it gets very addicting and lots of adrenaline. As far as getting it on sale on Steam, it's only been on sale once in the last year and a half, probably because it's so popular there's no reason for a sale. So I wouldn't wait to save a few bucks.
I've only seen it on sale once - in the last few years. So if you are thinking of buying it, it's possible but unlikely.
It's a bit "janky" but if you like realistic style graphics and the battle royal game, you can't go wrong.
Be aware on PC most people play at very low settings and take it pretty seriously.
If you haven't tried battle royal games, try fortnite for free - it's cartoony, but you can see if you like the BR style of game, then if you prefer more realism, go for PubG when u can afford it
I think you should start saving right now and by the next Steam sale comes out then you can check if the game is available on discounts. Also, you can see and check that how the game is doing by then. Since, there are few more games that will be coming soon so you can see the trend of the game if people are still playing it or going to other game. And you can try your hand at Fortnite which is available for free based the same genre.
TBH, I wanted to buy this game too, but then I saw plethora of bad reviews on Steam page. It seems like this game has many issues, while developers (instead of dealing with them) are more focus on how to bring more chests into the game.
I wouldn't worry a ton about the bad reviews, usually Steam reviews match the game well but they don't here at least in my case. The game runs great and in 400 hours I've never seen a hacker, depending where you live that could be different. If you do ever find a hacker you can report them and you get a notification if they get banned which is pretty cool.
Also in the last few weeks they've mostly fixed the dsync at the beginning of match, (although it could still be better, but that's what Fix Pubg is doing over the next few weeks)
If you get a locked crate you don't have to open it and can sell it.
All new content is free like the new maps, weapons, vehicles, etc. and there's updates every 1-2 weeks that either add content or fixes.
I do believe you, but there are some things which leaves me with questions:
number of bad reviews (I didn't find any other popular game like this that have such huge number of negative reviews)
massive fall of number of players in one year period (https://steamcharts.com/app/578080)
If it were a Free to Play game, I would definitely try it, but this way I will (probably) skip it. Which is sad because I find PUBG much more my taste than Fortnite (don't really like cartoonish games).
The thing is dev has tried real hard to keep the game in its place, hence, they launched fix.pubg.com for catering these issues which came bursting out when they launched the game and it has been a sigh of relieve for us as well because many things came back in place after they started 'Fix Pubg' campaign.
From things I read over the internet, I got an impression that developers (or better to say, company's board) decided to focus much more into chests and expansion than to fix things that were broken. And the list of this things is not small: hackers, lags, long wait time, bugs...
And about the Fix Pubg campaign; I think it came too late. Many people that left the game will hardly to come back, mostly because they switched to rival game (Fortnite), which doesn't have all those issues like Pubg. And it's free.
You are correct about the latter part where the campaign you say came out late and they have trailed Fortnite ever since the game got hit by many rising issues, at one point, it looked like a ship which was sailing fine but then out of nowhere too many holes appeared in it, now imagine Titanic. So, whatever the people at Bluehole are doing it just looks like desperate attempt to set things right.
Hi guys! I am new to pubg and want to check what the big fuss is all about I already have a couple of friends that are playing the game non stop but before I join them I wanted to hear some tips and tricks and advices by someone more skilled. My friends probably suck even though they are playing for 3 months now every day and I know I can do better than them What will you recommend for starting? Thank you!!
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