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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Is Getting Bombarded With Negative Reviews on Steam

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is taking on an extraordinary success, to the point that we can consider it as a phenomenon of the moment in the video game industry. However, recently there are several users who are leaving negative reviews on Steam, to the point that now the average vote for the game last month has turned into red (Mostly Negative Reviews).

Although PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has been the most successful shooter in years, it has recently become one of the most frustrating titles for few fans. You can check the rating chart in the image posted above.

The more players gamble on the arena of the shooter, the more developer Bluehole loses control of its game. Meanwhile, up to 15 million players have been registered so far. Not quite as many, but dangerously more and more people are complaining about various bugs, lags, crashes, and hackers.

In the last 30 days, only 37 percent of positive reviews have been written on Steam, the rest expressed as negative. Only yesterday another 5000 negative reviews appeared on Steam.

Although the game is still in Early Access – which means work is still underway – users are lamenting different aspects: Chinese players would be bombarded by in-game advertising, while others point to the fact that updates to improve Gaming experience would not be fairly frequent.

Others, however, do not like the fact that cosmetic items are not free in this game. Finally, at the beginning of the month, some negative votes had come due to problems with the server.

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You can check the negative reviews that the game has received recently yourself directly at this link.

Recall that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is available in Early Access for PC on Steam.

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