Worlds Will Change…
With a full orchestra, dozens of world premieres, and world famous presenters from within the entertainment industries, The Game Awards 2018 took place in the Microsoft Theater (Los Angeles, California) and is one of the most digitally distributed products of all time and was streamed live in 4K HDR resolution as well as VR formats around the globe on more platforms than any other industry event or live awards show in history. In this article we will cover the play-by-play as well as provide coverage of the awards, world premiere announcements, game trailers, some commentary, and the full high definition replay footage of the event in case you missed the incredible ride.
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For many battle royale players around the world, PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds remains the game of choice. Enjoying its new home with over 5 million registered players on the Xbox ONE game console in USA, Europe, Canada, etc., PUBG is remaining a household name and changing itself for the better. A smaller 16km² map will soon release giving quicker paced rounds to players.
But not all of the changes happening to PUBG are what you’d expect, and the direction of the game is not really aimed at pleasing its western world audience. When the reality of this game is analyzed it becomes more obvious that China is PUBG’s area of focus, and with good reason.
Continue reading PUBG is married to China, smaller map coming, and creator regrets bad mouthing Fortnite