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PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS is a last-man-standing shooter being developed with community feedback. Players must fight to locate weapons and supplies in a massive 8x8 km island to be the lone survivor.

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  2. http://www.fox4news.com/news/caught-on-camera-multi-car-shootout-in-dallas-neighborhood-that-barely-misses-sleeping-toddler
  3. My Best Chicken Dinner Yet, Dined on 6 People with my Vector. Never had more thatn 3 kills proir.. Seems like a good connection is crucial.
  4. Texas was showing off his new spiffy outfit tonite... lol
  5. https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/pubg-juggernaut-hits-400-million-170147387.html
  6. The reason it has names highlighted and you can see everything is because it is from the replay in the game and wasn't recorded live
  7. us Tn HillBilly's might take fence to that their I pick black-rasberry's wif out sneakers on ma feet's
  8. Where the hell are your boots??? Aren't your feet all cut up and cold??? Jeeeeeezzzzzzzz LOL
  9. thats not hacking, thats winning..
  10. i have not played in awhile but why are their names highlighted? when i played awhile back the only ones that where highlighted were your team if playing in team mode?
  11. Just a good solo savage game. This is how I roll solo! That's how I've got so many chicken dinners!
  12. Bazza and I this evening with 3 kills each
  13. that was one hell of a game! for those that do not play PUBG he made it look easy!
  14. does anyone here use Discord? I am usually in Ts, it works for me.
  15. it's really popular with the kiddos, Barron. That's how they are making their money, purchased items from the parents wallets. And I agree, too cartoony and..... lame IMO. You got further than I did, I uninstalled it while loading the game for the 1st time. I was graphically assaulted by neon colors! lol
  16. IT's been a while since I posted anything, but don't despair, I'm carrying the XI flag high and proud in this game. Not so high people can see me hiding in bushes of course. But proud.
  17. I hope they win the case. Fed up with Youtube being flooded with shitty Fornite clickbait videos all over the place. I played it once or twice then uninstalled it to see what all the fuss was about . I honestly dont see what all the hype with the game is about, average game at the very least.
  18. Best of luck on that considering most games copy each other these days. And of course the whole BR idea has been done to death, no pun intended, in the various last man standing games.
  19. heres the link but have tried copying text as its split with Pictures for those who are geo blocked...http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-44287860 The makers of Fortnite, one of the world's most popular video games, have been accused of copying rival title PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG). The studio behind PUBG has asked a court in South Korea to determine whether Epic Games copied its intellectual property. Fortnite and PUBG have both attracted millions of gamers with their huge "last player standing" online battles. Epic Games has not yet commented on the lawsuit. PUBG was first released in March 2017. It was inspired by the Japanese thriller film Battle Royale, in which a group of students is forced to fight to the death by the government. In PUBG, up to 100 players parachute on to an island, search for weapons and kill one another until only one player remains. Fortnite was first released in July 2017 but its Battle Royale mode was not added until September 2017. The game also sees up to 100 players land on an island, search for weapons and kill one another until one player is left standing. However, Fortnite additionally lets players gather wood, metal and bricks to build defences. Both games have proved hugely popular. In February, Epic Games said Fortnite had broken the world record with 3.4 million people playing at once. The previous record of 3.3 million simultaneous players was set by PUBG. However, analysts suggest the popularity of PUBG has waned since January, while Fortnite continues to attract more players. PUBG confirmed it had applied for an injunction against Epic Games Korea in January. The company is accused of copying PUBG's user interface and game items. "We filed the suit to protect our copyright," the company told the Korea Times. Behind the scenes, the two companies have an existing business relationship as PUBG is built on the Unreal gaming engine, which was developed by Epic Games. According to Bloomberg, PUBG has generated sales of up to $1.3 billion (£980m). While Fortnite is free to download, players can buy cosmetic skins for weapons and characters. Analysts suggest the game generates more than $200m a month