If you are a true gamer, there are solid chances that you have played the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) game. Most of the gamers came to know about it since the game received a very overwhelming response for its gameplay and overnight, the sales figures were eye-opening!

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Problems With PUBG Gamers

None of the games come completely free of errors so does PUBG! The game who has generated record-breaking revenue until now from its 10 million copies sold, is now facing some technical problems. The game is said to have a maximum number of concurrent players of 1,645,460 but due to balancing reasons, the latest of the problems suggests that Chinese players have review-bombed PUBG due to the addition of in-game ads.

Review Bombing

The annoying in-game ads pop up while the screen is loading and what’s more irritating is they are always pointing towards third-party VPN services. These ads mostly attract the Chinese players in order to provide them with better internet connections when connecting to non-Asian servers.

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This ad issue has been reportedly seen in the Chinese gaming crowd but experts say that they will soon take over the markets other than China. With all those likes for the game from all-over the world, it already has more than 26 thousand negative reviews. Most of these reviews were recorded after September 29th. Other than the in-game ads, there are other issues too contributing to this negative hype.

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