The Untold Truth Of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

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 The Untold Truth Of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds continued to dominate the gaming landscape, but that did not come without its fair share of controversy. According to Polygon, Greene repeatedly stated PUBG would not see true microtransactions until after the game left Early Access, yet Greene and Bluehole added loot boxes that could only be opened with keys in July of 2017. The loot boxes could be obtained just through playing the game, but the keys used to open them could only be purchased with real money.

Naturally, an angry fanbase followed. Greene issued an apology on Steam, but it was only for the poor communication and the microtransactions stayed put. Although the items are purely cosmetic in nature, the decision still left a lot of fans feeling betrayed. However, this controversy did little to dent PUBG‘s popularity.

In fact, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has some of the most expensive items on the Steam marketplace. Those who preordered the game from the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds website received the “PlayerUnknown Set,” which is listed on the Steam Marketplace starting at $1,150. Heck, “PlayerUnknown’s Bandana,” a single item from that set, starts listed at over $300. Those who play a lot of PUBG and have some luck with loot boxes can make a pretty penny off of their cosmetic items.


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