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Developer: Bluehole Studio
Content Rating: Teen
From the makers of the best-selling PC phenomenon, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds drops players into a competitive survival battle where you’ll engage in a heart-racing fight to be the last player left alive. Loot supplies, find weapons and gear-up to take on the competition in a solo or team squad match. Emerge the lone survivor in a thrilling game experience full of unexpected, adrenaline-pumping moments.
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PUBG v1.0 on Xbox One runs smoothly, features three vastly different maps, and includes a ton of weapons, gear, and items to use in the deadliest online game. Its unique brand of tense, realistic shooting mixed with slow-paced tactical combat manages to stay fresh and exciting even after hundreds of matches. It makes coming back for another attempt at a “chicken dinner” victory hard to resist.
While every person’s tolerance is going to be different when it comes to bugs, it’s hard to recommend staying on the sidelines even with the preview tag on this game. Whether you enjoy the solo experience or want to team-up for duos or squad matches, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds for Xbox One might be the last must play release on consoles this year for multiplayer shooter fans.
The opening jump and the build up around it is one area where we feel PUBG could be a bit slicker. It's true that the base game itself is in a much better place than it was in March, but the whole process of loading up a match could be better executed. At least many of the audio issues that plagued the game during those early months have nearly all been fixed, and while we still see clipping, some odd quirks, long distance pop-up is still an issue, and the servers can lag from time to time, overall you've gotta say that PUBG is in much better shape. There's still much work to be done, though.