PUBG: they already hail a version for Linux of the video game that sweeps

Screenshot of the PUGB video game

PUBG (Player Unknown's Bttle Grounds) It is a title that is being talked about a lot and that has been a success. There are already thousands of players hooked on this action video game that implements some interesting novelties compared to the classic shooters. And the success has made that the first comments in the community forums on Steam asking for a version to be developed for Linux, since it is available for Windows, iOS, Android, Xbox, but not for the penguin platform yet ...

We will be attentive to future news and updates that we get, such as the response of a developer informing whether or not they have plans to meet the requests of users who claim it for their distros. Of course PUBG promises a lot and it would be quite nice to have it on our systems as well. At the moment there are already some users who have tried to install it from WINE with some problems and others who have managed to run it in Windows virtual machines, although this is not the most optimal or much less.

For those who still do not know the video game, its graphics are excellent, a video game in the purest Far Cry style and the like, where some novelties are presented compared to the typical shooter as I have said. You can play in a network against other opponents, specifically they will be 100 fighters They are parachuted to an island and where they can get resources to fortify themselves and fight against the rest until only one remains. That is to say, it mixes the ingredients of a shooter, with a survival video game and also with the advantages of multiplayer mode to play online.

So far it may seem very normal, but there is another novelty. And is that the video game map starts out huge. But as time goes by, the map shrinks randomly to leave less and less space for all players and force them to have contact with each other and fight. Yes, exactly, the digital world you are immersed in will get smaller and smaller, so the peaceful life away from your opponents will end up turning into a cricket cage in a short space until you are the winner.


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  1.   leillo1975 said

    Hopefully we'll see it one day, but I think users who ask for it are ignored by developers. The solution would come because Valve put pressure,… .and even so….

    Do you have a post or request to join the initiative? Only those who have the game can participate in Steam, which is ridiculous (why are you going to bother porting a game if people buy it anyway)

  2.   Raetor said

    Hopefully one day they will release the version of pubg for linux and ubuntu, so all the people who want to play it can do it