PUBG is dying: how bots threaten to destroy PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

It may seem hard to believe, but PUBG is on life support right now. Since update 7.1 arrived on PS4 and Xbox One, which curiously coincided with the game coming to Stadia, battle royale’s poster child has taken a serious turn for the worse. And it’s all because bots have been added to the game. 

As it stands, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has been fundamentally ruined by developer PUBG Corporation’s baffling decision to artificially inflate the player base with mindless AI opponents, who are about as useful as a chocolate fireguard, and as fun as a third-degree burn. 

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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