PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile is being such an overwhelming success on mobiles around the world that it is causing serious trouble in some countries, which have come to place restrictions on their use (and have even banned PUBG) in certain places. To combat its bad reputation among parents and guardians, Tencent and the PUBG Corporation has released a new patch with the intention of promoting responsible and healthy gaming, with a game management system that will send emergent messages recommending breaks for its players.
The patch, as explained by the Gamespot portal, has been launched for the moment in Indonesia, India, Nepal, the Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, but it is expected that It will eventually reach the rest of the world. territories in the next times. A Tencent executive, Vincent Wang, has welcomed the arrival of the new update: “Today’s announcement is a proactive step to ensure that hundreds of millions of gamers around the world can continue to enjoy mobile PUBG in a sustainable manner. & Quot;.
At the moment it has not been confirmed that the new game management system will land on the PC and console versions of PUBG, but it seems unlikely.