Update 12.2 is the latest update for PUBG and it features a South Korean theme with the new map being called Taego and set in a small village. There are also new South Korean weapons and even the addition of a Hyundai vehicle. This new update also added the Comeback BR mode, which allows people who died early in the game to come back.
PUBG’s next update promises to be an impressive one, with a distinctly South Korean theme. The major feature in this next update is a the addition of the Taego map, but alongside this Korean map, you’ll also see the addition of weapons like the K2 assault rifle and the Hyundai Pony vehicle.
PUBG’s most recent update, 11.2, was focused on improving a few things that players were complaining about, especially in regards to the bridges on Erangel’s Military Islands. They are now a lot wider and feature more cover, ensuring that you won’t get sniped the minute you set food on one of them.
PlayerUknown’s Battlegrounds (henceforth PUBG) is the grand-father of Battle-Royale games, one that is directly inspired from the Battle Royale Film. cross-platform games ever developed. PUBG Corporation had some fairly rough beginnings, but quickly became one of the most fun BR games, and still is to this day, an influential trend-setter.
Games like Apex Legends
are two popular competitors in this genre.
The game makes its money through initial purchase and sustains itself through cosmetic microtransactions like many other games. Interestingly enough, the game has had problems with grey-market skin trading platforms that have resulted in skin gambling.
A match begins as most BR games do, with players dropping from the sky either solo or in teams.
The player must scavenge for weapons and equipment that are strategically distributed throughout the map. Unlike certain BR games, the matchmaking is NOT skill-based, the composition of the player base in a round is entirely random.
The map arena gradually shrinks onto a randomly selected radius on the map; players are constantly fighting in closer quarters so as not to take DPS (Damage per second) by running to safe zones in time. Combat becomes more engaging and tensions are higher the longer you survive. This also forces players into intensive gun fights rather than winning simply by hiding.
The last man standing wins. Players are given in-game currencies and experience points depending on their squad's placement. Players that are knocked down during a round are DBNO (Down but not out) and can be revived by their teammates. The more often a player enters DBNO, the longer it takes to revive them.
The ultimate goal is to win a chicken dinner in PUBG.
Hacking in PUBG is risky business with the replay system. However, not all hacks are as obvious as an aimbot that can snap to your head from some ungodly distance. Hacks like ESP Wallhacks, Radar Hacks, NoSpread and NoRecoil are slightly more subtle and will still help you get your chicken dinners.
More often than not, hacking will get you banned, this is the accepted risk that every hacker undertakes. Hacks are also abundant on the web and different producers only really vary in the customizability that are offered when injecting stealthy code into the game’s engine.