Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek has expressed his disappointment in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), stating that the developers are “failing”.
2017 was the year of PUBG, but the massively successful battle royale game is currently under fire from a number of different angles and even its most loyal fans are beginning to complain about it.
One of the biggest issues is the cheating problem that has been plaguing the PC community for months and only seems to be getting worse with over one million players receiving cheating bans in January alone.
However, the biggest threat to the game seems to be coming from rival titles like the free-to-play and ridiculously popular Fortnite: Battle Royale from Epic Games.
As more and more players switch from PUBG to other games every day, even the most popular PUBG Twitch streamers are beginning to make the move.
One such individual is shroud. The former CS:GO professional switched to full-time streaming in August of 2017 and PUBG was his new game of choice.
But after numerous disappointing updates, and a lack of community support, even the likeable Canadian was left expressing his annoyance with the developers:
I fucking get so mad at PUBG because it hurts me, I love this fucking game to death but it makes me so mad that it just, every update just, every update’s just bad. I don’t get it! I fucking love this game, I love it so much, and it makes me so mad that they’re just failing, failing!
Shroud has been splitting most of his stream time between PUBG and Fortnite recently, but his frustrations with PUBG are clearly beginning to shine through.
The full clip can be found below.