Loot boxes! More loot boxes! Locked loot boxes! Selling loot boxes! Cheating for loot boxes! This has been the story of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds for a few months since developer PUBG Corp (a division of Bluehole) has slowed down on making their flagship game better.

Mobile games and controversial real-money loot boxes (that can be traded for real-money value on Steam) have been the focus for PUBG as of late, leaving the door wide open for top competitor, free-to-play Fortnite to become the more popular game, both in player counts and in online streaming services.

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