PUBG Gift Card
PUBG is the game that started it all. While the battle royale genre has existed for a while now, it's been made popular by this fantastic game. Grab a frying pan, scout for a gun, and get a mate – you won't be surviving this for long if you're not careful.
PUBG is the ultimate merger of gathering supplies, tactical thinking, and a battle of bullets – as 100 different players come into the map, but the only one can come out. If you do manage to be the last man standing in PUBG, you're entitled to a particular feathery feast.
PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS was the best selling premium game in 2017, and it's numbers continue to rage on as the community becomes even more enchanted with the action-packed gameplay.
The game is also receiving continual support from the developers in the form of new seasons. New seasons add more content into the game, giving it fantastic replay value. If you want to make sure that you stand out among the crowd, you might want to invest in a slick-looking outfit.
But, this is wholly optional. PUBG isn't a pay to win the game, and paying for skins won't get you any skill – only practice and persistence.
The best way to get some in-game currency is through the gift card system – which allows you to purchase a myriad of accessories and fun skins. The best way to win is simple – all you need to do is get good.
PUBG: Battlegrounds' update 19.1 is coming to PC next week
PUBG: Battlegrounds' next big update, 19.1, is slated to release on 10th August for PC and 18th August for consoles. It includes a new MP9 weapon - the first fully-automatic SMG that uses 9mm - a new vehicle that will see you "zipping down roads with sirens ablaze" (so not for the stealthy, it seems), and the Blue Chip Detector tactical gear which uses primary weapon slots but can be used to scan for enemies within a 100m radius; you'll see the nearest 12 enemies on the map. We'll also get our collective hands on the brand-new 1500hp Folding Shield and "once again have the opportunity to drop onto the Haven map". The update also brings "familiar foes" from the recently-announced Assassin's Creed season. Read more
PUBG dev is creating an "ambitious" new fantasy game based upon the Korean novel, The Bird That Drinks Tears
PUBG developer Krafton has announced it's making a new game based upon the Korean fantasy book, The Bird That Drinks Tears. Krafton says it is an "ambitious project" that "aims to bring the original fantasy universe of The Bird That Drinks Tears to life through its unique and refreshing fantasy races, beautiful, haunting landscapes, and gripping, immersive, and poignant stories". "The Bird That Drinks Tears is a novel series that was created and written by Yeong-do Lee, who is widely acknowledged as the pioneer of the Korean fantasy genre," Krafton explains. "As one of the best-selling fantasy authors in Korea with millions of copies sold, Mr. Lee is an exceptionally imaginative writer who builds elaborate worlds and fills them with complex characters." Read more