This Battlegrounds Pro Match Ends With A Crunch

It’s true.
It’s true.

The first day of the PUBG Invitational in Katowice ended in a nightmare scenario of a circle where three teams competed for the dominance of an incredibly small amount of space.

Some apex play is happening in this short amount of time. I mean, look at it!

The final circle of a PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds round is always a tense scenario, but the location of the final match of the day put these teams in swiss-cheese world of visibility, vertical height, and almost-cover.

At the 34 minute mark of the match, Optic Gaming’s three remaining players are spread out across various pieces of cover in an open courtyard while LGD Gaming try to peek them from a balcony. Tempo Storm wait patiently below them in a small room, hoping that no one notices them. When the circle finally closes, it’s some fast-paced and exciting PUBG play that demonstrates exactly how well this game works as a competitive experience.

I've played all of the Baldur's Gate games.

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I may be wrong here, but if you can see where the enemies are hiding at thru the wall, isn’t that cheating? And if it isn’t cheating, how can you call yourself a real player? Not being able to see where the enemy is, and still picking them off, that’s being a real player. Of course, this is only a video game, not REAL combat.