We’re going live with PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds right now on Twitch. Heather got two second place finishes last night but can she earn a chicken dinner today? Tune in to find out.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is amazingly fun and offers an exciting experience every time you play. But how is it so good? One little sentences from PlayerUnknown himself makes it clear. We take a look in this critical video.
When you win in Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, you see the message: “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner”. That’s...weird. So where’d it come from?
In PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, using the third-person camera to peek around corners while you remain comfortably out of harm’s way is key to survival. As a human being with eyeballs that spend most of their time firmly in their sockets, you might recognize this as unrealistic.
In PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, the only thing 50 players gathered in the same small space are supposed to do is kill each other. But with enough coordination, anything is possible.
We’re locked and loaded with frying pan in hand as we try to win a few rounds of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds right now on Twitch.
Entering a town is a defining moment in any Battlegrounds match. In open fields, you’re safe. You can see for miles, and shots are difficult to track over long distances. Enter a village or town, it’s different. Sixty alive. A car sits vacant in the street. Any other day a gamble, but today, it’s facing east. You…
I’m on the elimination spree of a lifetime. 28 kills, no deaths. I feel unstoppable. An enemy Reaper tries to sneakily teleport onto the payload. I, as Pharah, rocket into the sky and unleash the full fury of my ultimate on him, just because I can.
The final moments of a PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds match can be some of the tensest in video games—a series of dread-soaked seconds that stretch on like hours, where both remaining players are the cat and the mouse. Or you can just say “screw it” and punch each other to death.
There’s a lot to learn when you’re first starting out in Battlegrounds. Where you’re more likely to find guns, where you should look for cars, etc. And while there are some very good tips out there, none are as concise as this map.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is getting a new desert map. The developer tweeted as much yesterday, revealing two screenshots of the new battle royale locale. It looks beautiful and was probably inevitable.
Years from now, historians will argue over whether this was a jump—constrained, as jumps are, by the laws of physics—or something else entirely.
The other night, I jumped into a game of Battlegrounds with some friends. We hopped into the same Discord server so we could all chat to each other, even though we had eight players and PUBG squads have a limit of four.
Three times during our 15-minute E3 interview, Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene was approached by awestruck fans. I get the sense this happens to him a lot nowadays.
After a difficult string of placement matches for the current Overwatch competitive season, the unthinkable happened. I dropped to a lower tier. I had spent multiple seasons comfortably sitting in the Platinum tier, and suddenly I was Gold. I have become obsessed with undoing this demotion.
Normally in Battlegrounds, players crouch behind bathroom doors, waiting to shoot whomever bursts in. A few weeks ago, fans riffed on that theme with Battlegrounds’ zombie mode, where instead of hiding in crevices, players gun down hordes of ravenous player-controlled zombies. It was an instant success in the…
Remember, as fun as it is, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is still a work in progress, so lots of things are going to not just change, but be added to the game as well. Stuff like climbing, vaulting and weather.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is coming to Xbox One. It appears to be timed console exclusive for this year.
Survival shooter PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is massively popular, but because it’s in early access, it’s not exactly polished. That makes it ripe for mythmaking. Can you block infinite crossbow bolts with a frying pan? Can you punch someone out of a moving car?