Battlegrounds Kill So Good, Even PlayerUnknown Shared It

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Sometimes, when you die in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, you’ve just gotta laugh. If you’re really lucky, PlayerUnknown himself might decide to laugh about it with you.

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PUBG player lolbeetlejuice posted an incredible clip in which they lobbed a grenade in the general direction of an enemy, only for that grenade to launch the enemy, shotgun aloft, directly at lolbeetlejuice’s exposed cranium. Milliseconds later, it was over, with lolbeetlejuice the wildly improbable loser of the exchange.

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“I wouldn’t even be mad,” tweeted PUBG creator Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene, sharing the video. If there’s anything tastier than chicken dinner, it’s senpai noticing you.

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oldmanlight
OldManLight

that was pretty good. In fact it momentarily made me forget about how lousy with cheaters the game currently is.

Crazy kills where the physics bounces people forward in weird ways are some of the greatest things i could hope to see in a game like this but losing and coming in second place to a dude with a full auto M16 with no recoil(macro?) and the people aimboting and wallhacking is going to kill this game if something is not done soon.