PUBG: Battlegrounds is now available for free

PUBG: Battlegrounds is now available for free

To celebrate the relaunch, Krafton is chucking all sorts of rewards at players through Drops events. Players can watch streams, complete in-game missions and invite friends to play to nab some extra bits and bobs for their character. Along with the game going free-to-play, a new update has introduced tactical gear, action queueing and a host of training modes. The latter should be especially useful to the swathe of new players who dive in for their first chicken dinner with a basic training grounds, tutorials and AI training matches now available. While PUBG: Battlegrounds still holds a decent player base, it’s a lot quieter than it was a few years ago. Morgan Park decided to return for a few matches in 2021 but felt as though the game had failed to keep up with the genre it helped popularise.

PUBG: Battlegrounds is now live and free to play after a lengthy 37-hour maintenance period. In December, it was announced that the battle royale would lose its $30 price tag in favour of a format more akin to Apex Legends and Fortnite. There is now a free basic version of the game that includes the majority of the modes. You’ll need to pay $13 for Battlegrounds Plus if you want to play ranked or custom matches. Those who purchased the game previously will have their accounts immediately upgraded to Battlegrounds Plus, along with a special anniversary bundle containing a variety of prizes.

A fresh writer in the industry, Mollie has been taken under PC Gamer’s RGB-laden wing, making sure she doesn’t get up to too much mischief on the site. She’s not quite sure what a Command & Conquer is, but she can rattle on for hours about all the obscure rhythm games and strange MMOs from the 2000s. She’s been cooking up all manner of news, previews and features while she’s been here, but especially enjoys when she gets to write about Final Fantasy, Persona, The Sims, and whatever other game she’s currently hopelessly fixated on. There’s a good chance she’s boring another PC Gamer writer about her latest obsession as we speak. I’ll be honest—I’ve never set foot in the Nether. Minecraft is a game I’ll mess around with for a few evenings at a time, building bases or exploring biomes. It’s always been something I’ll fire up if I’m at a loose end or I’ve had a particularly stressful day. I can go months without playing,

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