Get thrown into a breathtaking fight for survival, in which it is all about holding out until the bitter end. Sack booty, find weapons, strap on gear, and take on the competition solo or with a team. Playerunknown's Battlegrounds is an online shooter following the Battle Royale game principle: At the beginning of the game, 100 players parachute out of a plane and collect weapons and equipment on the ground. The goal of PUGB is to be the last surviving player on the map. A deadly electric field moves in from the outside, shrinking the game zone by the second. The smaller radius increases the probability of encountering enemies. At some point, an encounter will be inevitable and you will have to fight for your survival with the supplies you have previously collected. Discover jeeps, motorcycles, or motorboats to speed up your advance. Aeroplanes drop particularly high-quality and appropriately fought-over loot on the map.
PUBG is built with the Unreal Engine 4 and can be played solo, as well as in two-player and squad variants with up to four players per team. Guns behave very realistically and differ enormously from one another. Assault rifles, for instance, do a lot of damage, but are harder to handle. The fight takes place on an area of about 64 square kilometres with various hotly contested zones with good equipment, where you will meet a lot of competition. Possibilities in PUBG are manifold and make every round in the game unique - although the principle is always the same: 100 players. One arena. One objective: Survive as the last man standing at the end of the round.