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Though ironically beaten to the punch by the likes of H1Z1 and Call of Duty, and tarnished by a handful of shortcomings, PUBG nonetheless remains a commendably inventive and expansive shooter that deftly embodies the Battle Royale genre.
PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS, the game that popularized the Battle Royale genre, has finally arrived on PlayStation 4. It's definitely fun, but the technical issues hamper the experience a bit. If you don't mind those, you won't be disappointed.
Poor performance, controls, and interface design. Oh, and loot boxes.
Overall, PUBG is a fun battle royale that uses tension and planning to its advantage. This can often lead to long stretches of monotony, which will make even the most patient man squirm, but it feels worth it when you finally get towards the end of a round.
With the technical errors in the game and utilizing PS4 Power, players expects this experience is very bad and not playable but it is quite the opposite and it is as enjoyable as it was on PC and mobile phones, and still the screen that shows you when you win the best and most fun, it is worth to invest your time in learning and learning its secrets
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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on PlayStation 4 provides solid gameplay for Battle Royale aficionados, but lacks the polish needed to give it the edge against competitors.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds airdrops onto PlayStation 4 as a technically messy port, but its brand of tense and tactical battle royale gameplay remains addictive as ever.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds looks like an unfinished game due to its lack of polishing. Its gameplay and presentation show technical problems that end up messing the game experience. PUBG still makes the player feel lonely instead of feeling among 100 other people.
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The wait is over for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) on PS4, but perhaps that wait was too long, as it wasn't totally worth it.
In the face of quicker, louder rivals, PUBG offers a slow and meditative experience. It's not, I would imagine, unlike sitting in a deer blind waiting for an unlucky whitetail to pass below. While PUBG's technical issues are ever-present, they rarely spoil this core experience. This is a buggy game, but they aren't game breaking bugs. They're bugs that make you laugh at best and curse under your breath and reboot the game at worst. You hope they get better. But, you know that, with each game, at the very least, you are.