Battle royale games are more popular than ever, taking the gaming world by storm. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) was a huge success at launch (and even prior to that in Steam Early Access) and now competitor titles are out in the wild, including Fortnite's battle royale mode. There are also more choices available to get your survival, last-man-standing fix, and we're intrigued to learn which is your favorite.
For me, I'm a fan of PUBG but enjoy the smooth performance of Fortnite. The latter is just too much for my mind to process, building and shooting simultaneously. That said, I'm all for a newcomer to the battle royale scene to offer something unique.
Are you more into realistic gameplay or do you enjoy throwing up walls, ramps, and other platforms while getting fired at by snipers? The battle royale scene could change if a new title is released that offers a similar experience to PUBG but comes rocking better stability and performance. It's an interesting time to be part of the sub-genre, for sure. Pop on over to our community forum and join the conversation.
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