"You've got to take the rough with the smooth, but when it clicks it not only works, it's glorious."
Steam gamers will be able to try PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds for free during the coming weekend.
New players of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One now get to learn the game against a number of bots.
Sticking to Battle Royale Week, we're jumping into PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds for today's stream.
PGS Berlin: Europe Qualifier finals saw Natus Vincere taking the top spot, qualifying the team for PGS Berlin.
Those wanting to hop on in for a match of cross-play PUBG will be able to invite friends playing on a different system next week.
After a short stint on test servers, players can get stuck into the 8v8 mode from today.
The 6.2 update for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is now live on the test server and it's changing the game with non-battle royale content.
PGS will not go ahead as originally planned, with yet another event affected by the ongoing outbreak.
New details surrounding the Playerunknown's Battlegrounds 2020 Global Series have been unveiled.
Season 6 has ushered in a lot of changes, and we test them out on today's stream for you to see.
Karakin is being introduced alongside brand new gameplay features, and there's also a new Survivor Pass as well.
Plus a whole host of gameplay tweaks are inbound, including breach points and bullet penetration on certain walls.
The service is expanding to include even more big names, joining the likes of God of War and Uncharted 4.
The first steps will be taken to make sure that items are more satisfactory for players, including the removal of keys.
We're in the middle of the new season, so we're seeing what's new this time around in the battle royale game.