PUBG To Debut Event Pass, But Will It Work?

Ever since Battle Royale came out (you can thank Minecraft for the idea from the many hunger game mods that tested out this idea), gaming corporations have looked to capitalize on the market and give war-hungry gamers the satisfaction of being the solo victor atop ninety-nine losers who just weren’t good enough.

PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, also known as PUBG or PUBG Corporation, was by far the gamers choice until Fortnite: Battle Royale entered the scene. Epic Games, developers of Fortnite, came in quite unexpectedly and in the blink of an eye became the #1 played game worldwide. Smashing all the charts, stealing most of the market share and cashing in quite handsomely from their efforts left PUBG quite literally in the dust.

So what has PUBG done to show that they are #1 (or #5)? Well, for starters they copied Fortnite and released their own mobile-version of PUBG. Now, they’re looking to copy the Fortnite Battle Pass. From a recent dev post, they explained why:

We wanted to create a whole new gameplay and reward experience. Ultimately, we decided to go with a new system: the “Event Pass.” It’ll be made available on June 22, the same day Sanhok hits live servers.

The Event Pass is designed to reflect the opinions of players who wanted a trackable progression-related system, and at the same time allows you to unlock new content in PUBG in a way that is different from the crate and key system.

Even though they haven’t posted any pricing details yet, speculations for this four-week event pass have many guessing this will cost around $10USD. Which, ironically, puts it right in line with the pricing for a Fortnite Battle Pass, which lasts three months.

Many gamers on Twitter voiced their concerns:

Will this be yet another nail in PUBG’s coffin? Does this mean Fortnite is starting to see a decline while PUBG swoops in for the kill? What do you think? Let us know via social media or in our Discord server! Be sure to click your reaction to this article down below!

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Fortnite Reveals Completely Upgraded Carbide Skin

Avid fans of Fortnite Season 4 could now play the game as the game is now officially live. Players have something to celebrate because the game has new skins, new questlines, among others.


Fortnite Has New Upgraded Carbide Skin


What players really love about the Fortnite Season 4 is both the gameplay and the news skins. According to Epic games, the game’s new skins are mark of dedication. The game developer has just revealed an upgraded Carbide skin.


“Play to increase your season level and unlock all new appearances. Included in Battle Pass Season 4,” the game’s caption reads. Players could also check out the game’s another incentive in the Battle Pass for the new season.


Also, another aspect of the game’s Battle Pass that you could enjoy is the ability to take on new quests. This is possible when you are trying to survive the game’s Battle Royale mode to earn those Battle Stars.


And for those who are already Battle Pass owners, you can check here are the game’s slated challenges:


• Search Chests in Greasy Grove (7)
• Consume Hop Rocks (7)
• Deal damage with Suppressed Weapons to opponents (500)
• Dance in front of different film cameras (7)
• Search between a Scarecrow, Pink Hotrod, and a Big Screen (1) (HARD)
• Explosive Weapon Eliminations (3) (HARD)
• Eliminate opponents in Tomato Town (3) (HARD)

New Fortnite Skins Headline Season 4 Battle Pass Update

Epic Games has recently launched a new Battle Pass for avid players of Fortnite. The new Fortnite Battle Pass offers players new skins and rewards. The game’s Battle Pass just came a week after Epic Games commenced the game’s Season 4 with the 4.0 update for PC, mobile, PS4 and Xbox One console platforms.


Fortnite Skins Season 4 Battle Pass Update


Epic Games said that players could by the Fortnite Battle Pass exclusively with V-Bucks. However, there’s no real money involved. The price of Fortnite Battle Pass is pegged at 950 V-Bucks, and this works out under $10 if you are planning to buy the smallest bundle of V-Bucks which is around 1,000.

Now, if you are planning to have an instant access to the game’s various rewards, Epic Games said the worth is estimated to be more than 3, 500 V-Bucks. This includes two skins which are a Carbide and Battlehawk skins.


Players will also be getting two bonuses all throughout the duration of the season. This means you will get 50 percent extra match XP and 10 percent more if you are playing with other friends.

Moreover, Fortnite players could also get an access to a set of free Starter challenges. They could also unlock a several handful of rewards. However, during the game’s weekly challenges, a majority of the unlockables are intended only for the Battle Pass owners.

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