Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds Review

Posted on December 25, 2017 12:23 am

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is one of my games of 2017 and there are reasons to believe I’m not alone, the game has 30 million players across both PC and the newly released Xbox One version. New data shows that sales are accelerating fast. That aside, I’ve been trying my hands on the game that has 100 players that parachute onto an island and the last one alive triumphs. My gaming friend said its a classic example of un-created concept executed in old school style, definitely giving it a merit of Battlegrounds.We both agreed that compared to other games released in 2017,PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is easily the best game by a country mile thanks to recently released version 1.0 of the game. In fact, am one of those who believe the game has a bright future ahead of it, and a couple of friends who were skeptical at the beginning are now building the confidence that its surely gonna be a success.I recall few months back when talking to a friend about PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and dismissed me saying that even though its Early Access game was described as most successful ever, he doubted whether the players influx at the time was sustainable. Although the growth caused pains to the publisher and players including your blogger, it has nevertheless proved doubters wrong. Together with my gaming friend we have played the game competitively in the last few days and would want to share a couple of ideas on how to play and win PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The first step of cause is to join other player in a virtual lobby where you wait for the player count to tick up so the game can start. In my friend view, this is the most difficult part of the game, plenty of blaring music, playing back recordings of screaming children and or sometimes shouting racial or sexual abuse. To him, thats the harder part. After that, the avatar spawns and turn towards the sea and run. Best experience i got is that at this point, its better to sprint into the ocean and towards the end, its important to leap skyward for height, and plunge into the depths. In fact for me, at that point i prefer to mute the sound.

My elementary teacher used to tell us that cowards live longer, and that is the concept i apply in the next step of the game especially when positioning myself to jump so that I can have a chance to survive when landing right by a few buildings, to pick up some gear and weapons.Moving the camera and then bringing up the map to see where the plane is crossing the map, when the map is open i’m able to see other players dropping out, a point where my cowardliness pays off as with precise timing, i get an ideal spot and clear space. My friend has perfected that section by jumping in perpendicular point to the plane’s direction and he believes gives him a chance to get away from general drop zone. There’s no doubt that Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds is specifically about equilibrium of risk and reward but at the same time damaging and killing other players to earn credits, although as we have found while playing the game, such outcomes don’t increase the chances of winning a round.Another lesson learned so far is that vehicles are the Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds biggest challenge. While playing, the vehicles got me around the map fast, and boy, they are loud and when it comes to end-game, they’re remarkably problematic. That part in my opinion demands getting the posse into a car so that you get a guaranteed control of speed of moving about the map. When we played the game together with my friend it was easy for us to sacrifice part of inventory space which enabled me to carry extra fuel without much hassle unlike when playing alone. Incredibly, even passengers are able to shoot out the windows. Overall, this is an entertainment game that i certainly believe will grow audience of players and viewers alike going forward.

Contador Harrison