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Parent page: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
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Online games have been around for years, but the gaming industry has grown tremendously and improved vastly compared to the first Mario games that came out in the 80’s. One of the most popular online games is PUBG which is an acronym for Player Unknown Battle Ground and is a virtual reality multiplayer online game. It offers realistic action, wonderfully realistic landscapes with great challenges, and innovative avatars. This game has a large community of followers all over the world, in the millions to date. You can find them on forums, YouTube, Gaming tech sites and all over the internet.

There are four ways to play PUBG. On Xbox One, PC, or mobile on Android or iOS. For gaming on your PC, these are the minimum system requirements needed. A 64-bit Windows OS, version 7 or higher, Intel Core i5-4430/AMD FX-6300 Processor, 8GB RAM of Memory, A 2GB Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 2GB/AMD Radeon R7 370, DirectX Version 11, a broadband internet connection, and 30GB of available storage space even external storage is applicable.

If you are a serious gamer, you want to get the very best gaming equipment you can afford. This is not designed to force you into a shopping spree, but to allow you to experience the fully immersive nature of the this and other games within the realm of virtual reality. Graphics cards are the essential components that avid gamers attest to and this should not be a secondary purchase. Reliable internet connection often means forgoing the sometimes erratic nature of mobile tethering. This is especially frustrating if you lose a connection while in the middle of an intense gaming session or quest. Due to its popularity, you will not lack for friends to play with or enemies to play against, as these are the legends in PUBG online.