- In January, PUBG will go free-to-play. Since its release, PUBG has been a pay-to-play game, but the battle royale genre includes a slew of free-to-play options, like Fornite and Apex Legends. Now, PUBG is changing its model and lowering the cost of entry.
The Premium Commemorative package, which includes various cosmetics and a Battlegrounds Plus membership, will be given to gamers who purchased and played PUBG before it became free-to-play. Battleground Premium is available to all players and grants them an XP boost, a medal tab, and access to the ranked playlists. PUBG players will now be able to create and play customized matches. Cosmetics will be available in the Plus section. Furthermore, they will be given 1300 G-coins.
Pre-registration for the available PUBG shift is now open. Players have until January 11 to pre-register, but if they do, they’ll get a backpack, a jersey, and a coupon for pre-selected spots. By referring three friends to pre-register, fans may receive even more incentives. Among the prizes are a decorative helmet, an Iron G-coin box, and the chance to win real-world gear. You might win an Xbox One X, an Alienware laptop, a Razer Kraken headset, or 10,000 in-game G-Coins.
In other news, this weekend, Chivalry 2 will be accessible for free. As part of the game’s Chivas promotion, players will download and play the game for free. Throwable snowballs, a gift-wrapped anvil, and colorful helmets are among them. New terrain for the initial battle mode, Brawl, has also been added.
The Game Awards, Nintendo’s Biggest 2021 Anniversaries:
We’ve got a super-sized episode of All Things Nintendo for you this Week! Brian is joined by Kelsey Lewin of the Video Game History Foundation to discuss the historical importance of several titles celebrating milestone anniversaries in 2021. Kelsey discusses her work with the Foundation and her experience running Seattle’s oldest vintage gaming business. After that, Alex Stadnik, video editor for Game Informer, joins Brian to talk about The Game Awards.
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Infection mode for the BGMI virus has been deactivated! Know what went wrong and when they will fix it:
Krafton has temporarily disabled the BGMI Virus Infection mode for an unannounced cause. Here are all of the specifics.
The BGMI Virus Infection mode has been turned off! The developer has pulled down the popular gaming mode that allows you to fight and survive zombies alongside your squadmates. Although Krafton hasn’t stated a precise cause, there might be a problem with the game’s experience. According to Krafton, this mode will be unavailable for a limited time, and no timeframe for its return has been set.
“We’ve discovered an issue with Virus Infection Feature, and the mode will be temporarily disabled at 14:50 UTC on December 9. Krafton states, “We regret the inconvenience in a blog post update.”
Since the game’s suspension last year, the Virus Infection mode has returned to PUBG Mobile. It was released as part of the BGMI Payload 2.0 upgrade. There are three rounds in which players must remove zombie groups as part of the game’s regulations.
If you spawn as a player, your sole option is to fight and stay safe. Boosters are given to both players and zombies to improve their powers. The last ones to survive are hailed as heroes. While BGMI works to repair its zombie mode, PUBG Fresh State just received a new patch that includes several modifications, bug fixes, and enhancements over the previous version. The arsenal has been expanded with new vehicles and weapons.
PUBG: Battlegrounds becoming a free-to-play game for PC and consoles:
Battlegrounds will transition to a “free-to-play” (F2P) format on PC and consoles on January 12, 2022. When PUBG: Battlegrounds goes free-to-play, Battlegrounds Plus, an extra premium membership upgrade that gives players access to various new and unique in-game features, will be released.
“Now is the best time to move to F2P and welcome new players to the game because PUBG: Battlegrounds invented the battle royale genre and has matured into a worldwide prominent gaming IP,” said CH Kim, CEO of Krafton, Inc.
“Whether it was the game’s eight diverse maps, constantly updated features, or engaging in-game partner activations,” the developer explains. “Moving to F2P is the next step in our quest to widen the scope of the PUBG IP with content that both new and seasoned players will appreciate.”
For users who bought and enjoyed PUBG: Battlegrounds before moving to F2P, the PUBG – Special Commemoration Pack contains an immediate account upgrade to Battlegrounds Plus, the Battle-Hardened outfit skin set, the Shackle and Shanks Legacy Pan, and the Battle-Hardened Legacy nameplate.
The pre-registration page for the free-to-play game has already gone live. You may earn little goodies during the Pre-registration, Invite a Friend, and My PUBG Play Style events.
The pre-registration page for the free-to-play game has already gone live. You may earn little goodies during the Pre-registration, Invite a Friend, and My PUBG Play Style events. Players who purchased and played PUBG: Battlegrounds before it became free-to-play will receive the PUBG – Special Commemoration Pack, which includes Battlegrounds Plus, a costume skin set, the Shackle and Knifes Legacy Pan, and a new Nameplate. After the transition to a free-to-play service, all of these will be applied to your account.
PUBG: Battlegrounds is a free-to-play battle royal shooter in which 100 players strive to be the last man standing by employing a variety of weaponry and survival strategies. While being pursued by the deadly Blue Zone, players will have to scavenge weapons, vehicles, and consumables. To acquire that Chicken Dinner, don’t be scared to battle to the death.
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