Kills rarely come easily in Battlegrounds, or at least when they do, it's usually because you've gotten lucky. So when you do end up mowing an enemy down it can feel a lot more meaningful than in virtually any other shooter. Perhaps knowing this, Nvidia has introduced functionality to ShadowPlay which will automatically capture every kill you pull off in the battle royale phenomenon.
PUBGnow holds the honor as the game with the highest peak player count of any non-Valve game, as bothCounter-Strike: Global OffensiveandDota 2remain the top two titles on the list.
It's been four months since the release ofPUBGinto Steam early access, but the game continues to show no signs of slowing in its popularity and its presence on Twitch. It seems like everybody who's anybody has been enjoying the game while broadcasting it on the site.
The next expansion to come to Battlefield, has been announced - and a release date has been given as "late Summer 2017"...in other words, late winter on our side of the world.
Here's a hot topic though: For the first time in any Battlefield game, ever, we will be able to play as women! When playing as a scout for the Russian faction, we will be able to play as a member of the "Womens Battalion of Death" - the first "female only" combat battalion ever assembled in modern warfare.
With new maps and updates coming every month we're set for an awesome 3 months of winter gaming though!