Popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, to fix the game - claiming that he can’t play it in its current state.
Shroud is a former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pro player, who retired from competitive action to turn his attention to streaming on Twitch.
Since his shift in focus, the Canadian has seen huge success on the popular broadcasting platform, thanks to battle royale games like PUBG, and in more recent times, Apex Legends.
Shroud makes a plea to PUBG Corp
For shroud though, streaming has had its difficulties lately, as he has been struggling to find a game that he enjoys playing consistently - switching back and forth between a number of different titles.
On April 20 though, shroud made it clear that he wouldn’t be trying out PUBG that day, making an emphatic speech about the current state of the game, and his feelings towards it.
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“I can’t play PUBG man, it really just sucks,” the Canadian told his viewers. “It really just sucks. Please PUBG developers, if you’re watching, fucking help me man. I can’t play your game."
Shroud frustrated with Apex Legends and PUBG
Shroud’s annoyance with both PUBG and Apex Legends has been clear, with the Twitch streamer making a number of comments aimed at both games, and the frustrations he is having with them.
After struggling with ‘slow-mo servers’ on Apex Legends, and a lack of new content, shroud stated he was ready to “quit the game forever” and play PUBG instead.
That opinion didn’t last long though, with lag issues on PUBG causing the former CS:GO pro to label the game as a “waste of [his] time.”
While shroud saw massive success on PUBG, it seems the streamer is at the end of his tether with the game, and has since been seen streaming Escape from Tarkov and Anno 1800 in an attempt to find another game he enjoys playing.