SHROUD EXPLAINS WHY PUBG IS “DONE”, AND HOW THE SEQUEL COULD SAVE IT
IS IT ACTUALLY DEAD?
Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek believes PUBG is now “old, dated, and done” after another frustrating crack at the game.
He wasn't having a good time in his latest attempt, describing it as a “fan service” and explaining how the game is “done”.
This is how my PUBG experience usually goes,” he said. “The first few games are actually pretty fun. Then this happens for the next 10 minutes…It’s just spawn, get a kill, die, spawn get a kill, die, It doesn’t matter where I go.
“People think they want this game. But in reality… it’s old, it’s dated, it’s done. That’s it. Let’s move on. Wait for PUBG2,” he added.
You know what this game would benefit from… opening up the map and going, ‘alright, I’m going to click and spawn here, I’m going to click and spawn here, I’m going to click and spawn here, you know?
When it’s all said and done, nothing could rejuvenate the series harder than a sequel. Shroud thinks that’s exactly what it needs.