I bought it about a week ago. It's a lot of fun, definitely worth the $30 price point. You have to be patient with this game, though. You have to learn the environment, what areas are usually populated, the various spots where you can find good loot, and predicting where the "circle" may start. I'm still trying to learn how to be strategic. I'm usually in the top 20 on each game, but when it comes down to the final minutes I always end up running into someone who's camping because they've heard me running. I haven't played anything yet other than solo, but I bet playing with a group of friends is where the game really shines.
adulting is not as much fun as prior adults made it look lol.
although i have a collecting and backlog plan that should see much more time for me to actually play games in the coming months. sometimes you forget you can actually play with these things.
pubg is definitely very intriguing i have a couple other games im trying to work on and the rest of year has so many, but one day....one day..
the problems with these kinds of games for me is by the time i would get around to them the community is so established and so many people are so good its hard to get a foothold as a n00b and not as fun sometimes
I have 60 hours on it. It's fun but I only really play it when my friends are playing. I think I've played a total of 4 solos ever? The game can be pretty buggy especially when it comes to driving. They recently fixed a lot of the connection issues that were happening so that is good. I'd say it's worth the $30 price tag. There is a learning curve to it and it's tough to master certain aspects, but by simply playing smart,as in not shooting wildly at anything, not dropping near 20 other people, and keeping close eyes on your perimeter at all times) you can usually make it to last 20-30 typically pretty easily. Usually without ever seeing a single other person