PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds 2018 Plans Revealed As Fortnite Overtakes
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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