Tag Archives: battlegrounds

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds adds VSS Vintorez, creator PlayerUnknown plans new weapon each month

Survive-em-up PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has revealed a new weapon: Russian-made sniper rifle the VSS Vintorez. The Vintorez will shake up the game, as a sniper rifle that comes with both a scope and a suppressor as standard, meaning the act of ‘building’ a sniper rifle out of different attachments is no …

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PlayerUnknown on why Battlegrounds esports ‘isn’t a priority’ for the team yet, and what’s next

It took PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds just three days on Steam’s Early Access to make $11m. It’s a nearly ridiculous amount of money, and suddenly all eyes are on the game, asking the important questions: what’s next for the game, and when can it be watched as a competitive event? Brendan Greene, …

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Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds’ 2017 Charity Invitation raises over $220,000 for Gamers Outreach

Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds 2017 Charity Invitational, the first real competitive event for the phenomenally successful battle royale shooter, has raised a little over $120,000 for charity. Each region had 32 Duo teams competing for a win across three games, with the players with the highest placement across the three rounds in …

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Is there room in esports for battle royale?

PLAYERUNKNOWN’s BATTLEGROUNDS is both obnoxiously capped and the best selling game on Steam right now, with Korean developers Bluehole claiming the title sold its first million copies just 16 days after launching onto Steam’s Early Access program. The game is already a success, but could it find itself joining the …

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