Known for its esports competitions and leagues, FACEIT is one of the most competitive sites out there for professional and upcoming professional gamers in the world. It’s a place where up-and-coming esports players have a chance to sign up, to get recognized, and have a chance at becoming one of the worlds most famous professional gamers in the world. Now, PUBG is coming to the platform.
Even has PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds player count begins to start dwindling on PC as more Battle Royale games become readily available for the public, it looks like the PlayStation 4 version is finally preparing for an announcement in the rather near future.
Let’s be completely transparent here. I’m a fan of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. I’ve sunk hundreds of hours into it between its Xbox One, PC, and mobile releases (respectively). I’ve enjoyed every minute of my time with the game, that was until the Xbox One release on my Halo 5 Limited Edition console. Before that, I was happy with the idea of a PC exclusive, one that would set the industry ablaze with its unique gameplay elements, tactical touches, and subtle nods to the games that it was built upon. Continue reading →
Since early this morning, around 5AM CST, my phone was instantly blowing up with the news regarding the official release of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds having launched on mobile devices here in the states. As part of the news having broke, I was one of those that instantly headed over to Google Play and proceeded to download Tencent and PUBG Corps’ latest endeavor into the world of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds with PUBG Mobile.
It almost comes as no surprise that a new map could have been in the work as quickly as Miramar aka the Desert Map had launched. In the recent months, Bluehole and PUBG Corporation have been hard at work improving the game in every way possible. These improvements include a new anti-cheat system, balancing changes, and performance enhancements across the board.
As PUBG continually breaks every record possible in gaming, there’s no doubt that there’s still a lot of work left to be done as the game’s post-release development continues. But what changes are about to be made to the 100 people on a single island duking it out in a no-holds-barred fight? They’re about to get put into time out.
In recent days I’ve been requested to take my time and stream some PUBG when I get a chance. So low and behold I have. Often times on Twitch or Mixer so that viewers can interact with me and comment on my gaming antics. But what these viewers don’t know before they make that request? I suck at PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. I suck bad enough that I’m pretty sure my K/D/A on that game is lower than a .9 and that my win-to-loss ratio is at a 0%.
It’s official. As of now the best-selling Battle Royale game is now available for Xbox One and Xbox One X starting today. To help highlight the games release, we’ve been seeing a lot about the games upcoming desert map titled ‘Miraramar’. With the map preparing for launch on PC via the games test servers, fans on Xbox One are now able to enjoy the original map ‘Erangel’ a Soviet themed island.