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PUBG Hot News: February 2018 in Review

PUBG Hot News: February 2018 in Review

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The developers of PUBG been facing the flip side of the game`s popularity. Lots and lots of cheaters have appeared in the virtual world of this shooter. They try to get unfair advantages and spoil the experience for other players (in fact, for themselves as well). Cheaters have various motivations, such as earning more by selling PUBG skins or just feeling a kind of superiority. To save the game from being ruined, the developers decided to concentrate on anti-cheating activity, postponing updates in the gameplay and virtual maps.

A Road Map for 2018 hasn’t even been revealed because of cheaters. PUBG Corporation has promised to announce it later.

Still, there has been an interesting update to PUBG! It contains new crates with new skins. Gamers have got Militia and Fever Crates. The first one is just another crate that can be bought for Battle Points – it has 40% drop chances (others are Desperado 20%, Biker 20%, Wanderer 10%, Survivor 10%). Fever Crates are of a special type. You can buy them anytime with BP, but Early Birds keys are needed to open them, which cost real money.

Militia and Fever cases PUBG

PUBG at IEM Katowice 2018

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a new trend in the world of Esports, but this game is gaining momentum very fast. It was the first time that PUBG became part of the huge tournament Intel Extreme Masters in Katowice, Poland. Sixteen teams fought for the prize pool of $50,000 on February 24-25. Avangar won first place and $25,000. Cloud9 took second place and $12,000. Noble Esports and FaZe Clan were 3rd and 4th ($8,000 and $5,000 respectively).

PUBG Invitational

Lots more interesting events are waiting for us in 2018. The list of them is in the “Main Events Schedule”.

Just a couple of interesting player transfers happened in February:

  • Justin “MiracU” McNally became a part of Team Kinguin.
  • Team Rogue has got four new players Ewan “ewanng” Gamble, Stefan “fuffenz” Möller, Yannick “ynck” Metzger, Jonny “Jazza” McVea, and a new coach Clemens “miniment” Huber.
  • Visit the News section on the Skins.Cash blog regularly to find out about the latest PUBG news.


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