qiuyehui: The issue for these players is twofold
The issue for these players is twofold
The issue for these players is twofold: they feel that in-game advertising for a game that isn't free-to-play is a problem in itself; and that Bluehole could do more to support their servers instead of promoting the advertisement of tools utilized to better access overseas ones. Well this is a bit embarrassing, isn't very it? My original article said that the difficulties plaguing the game over the past few days had been set. But as soon as this article went out players approached PC Gamer on Twitter to say they were still having trouble. Then, shortly after, the developers put out this twitter update: So , it appears the issues persist for some, although it's working fine for me now. This is the error message that players are getting, and it's the same one I was getting on Thursday as well as Friday (hat tip to Twitter user @designmechanic): I attempted again yesterday,
and I could reach the actual menu screen basically refreshed enough occasions, but after that We couldn't pair plan a friend to play a Duo or Squads game. In the end, I had to give up. It appears to have worked for everyone: Twitter was awash with frustrated players the other day and the day before, Pubg items but there's been no angry tweets about the servers so far these days. Let's hope keep in mind that happen again. In case there's one thing that could turn players away from PUBG it's issues like this. And with rivals coming out of the woodwork (I'm looking at you, Fortnite), keeping the player base happy is currently more important than ever. Programmer Bluehole announced these days that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is now being managed by PUBG Corp, a Bluehole subsidiary "focused entirely on the development and worldwide business opportunities" for the battle royale shooter.
PUBG development business lead Chang Han Betty is now CEO associated with PUBG Corp, as well as Woonghee Cho, previous CEO of Maui Games and mind of business development for Neowiz, will join as COO of the new organization to focus on "accelerating overall business development as well as managing global procedures. " "This brand new structure allows us to be nimble as we look towards the expansion associated with strategic business opportunities that include the game’s possible in the esports sector and the growth associated with PUBG as a correct global IP franchise, " said Betty by way of a press release. Concerning the global part, PUBG Corp has already set up an office in the US, as well as plans to open up offices in European countries and Japan, as well. PUBG recently broke the record for concurrent users on Steam, and according to Bluehole it has offered over 13 million copies. Expansion had been inevitable www.randyrun.com/PLAYERUNKNOWNS%20BATTLEGROUNDS_items