PUBG, the world’s most popular Battle Royale, is now a free-to-play game. It is a limited-time offer for PC players that will last only one week. Also, players can use PUBG Redeem Code when experiencing the PUBG PC for free for 7 Days.
PUBG PC for free for 7 Days
While the company hasn’t specified why Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds will be a free game, Krafton is likely planning a free version.
Not only that, but Krafton has also renamed PUBG to PUBG: Battlegrounds to bring harmony between the PUBG and Battlegrounds versions.
According to Krafton, the free offer for PUBG will start on August 10 and will run until August 16. Players who want to experience PUBG: Battlegrounds without having to pay for it can participate.
However, the biggest draw here is the crossover with the K-pop sensation Blackpink, which will be seen through a theme in the game’s content, such as buildings and stickers.
Essentially, Krafton is evaluating PUBG: Battlegrounds players’ interest in a free version. What could be the best way to do that besides having a Blackpink concert?
Moreover, players who can try the game for free will also use PUBG Redeem Code. After that, they can use these rewards and continue their mission progress only after purchasing the entire game on PC.
Krafton’s decision to rename PUBG: Battlegrounds may bring the PC and console version much closer to the newly launched Battlegrounds Mobile. But while all of that is fine, the new name doesn’t quite fit.
The word “battlegrounds” is represented by the last two letters of the PUBG acronym. PUBG is short for Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, and adding another “Battlegrounds” makes it Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds: Battlegrounds.
Of course, it’s only PUBG that goes everywhere, but Krafton should have been a bit more thoughtful.
The name PUBG: Battlegrounds will come to both the PC and console versions. It means that players can go to Steam, download the game, and start playing it for free on their PC.
However, the free offer is only available for the PC version. PUBG Battlegrounds recently received a new map called Taego, which has an area of 18 km x 18 km and is the largest in recent years.
Meanwhile, Krafton is teasing the release of the iOS version of the Battlegrounds Mobile India game. Popularly known as BGMI, the game has garnered over 48 million downloads and is on track to hit the 50 million mark. Krafton rewards players for this achievement.