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Archive • Oct 27, 2017

Popular Streamer Lirik Explains the Problem with PUBG

Popular streamer Saqib 'Lirik' Zahid has explained the problem with the current state of PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS. As one of the most popular faces on the Twitch platform, Lirik manages to generate tens of thousands of viewers whenever his stream goes live, amassing a large following of loyal fans and subscribers. He can be found playing a wide range of different games during his broadcast, including DayZ, Rainbow Six, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and the ever-growing PUBG battle royale title. Since its release in March to Steam's Early-Access program, the game has rapidly expanded across the industry in seven months and has already sold over 10 million copies, along with having one of the highest concurrent player counts to date. However, it does not mean that the game is without its assortment of problems and bugs, with Lirik describing how he believes that with the game selling so many copies, the developers no longer care about the well-being of the players on the title. x Brendan 'PlayerUnknown' Greene, one of the main developers of PUBG, responded to the tweet stating how a recent engine upgrade has made it difficult to install more updates, and that new content is on the way. x At the time of writing, it is unknown when the proposed updates and additions will be implemented into PUBG. x