Last year PUBG was setting a record by getting popularity and attention in Battle Royale Game genre. But as Fortnite released it set up its own record making PUBG fallen short. Why is it so, Fortnite developer the Epic Games keep Fornite updating to new content and features and up to date with the trend around as preciously Fortnite provide an update with Thanos featured in the Game reviving its original powers, this encourages players to stick to the game and come back to watch what is new. As Fortnite is a free game it also allows different feature over microtransaction which are incredibly lucrative.
PUBG also set an immense number of features and updates but not able to make the sunshine as PUBG developers are aspected. In recent interviews PUBG developers said.
“Although we’ve made some meaningful improvements to PUBG, we’ve fallen short in other ways,”
the developer said.
“Players have rightfully called us out for failing to address complaints about performance, and recently we haven’t done the best job of communicating about the changes we’re making to the game.”
To address this, PUBG Corp. published the first in a series of “Dev Letters” that aim to give the player community an update on what’s been going on at the studio and what they can expect from PUBG going forward. The full blog post is very in-depth and well worth a read for PUBG fans. In short, the company listed off three main priorities that PUBG Corp.
PUBG still the most played game on Steam with 1.5 million of concurrent players.