PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is down so Bluehole can remove the wack esports graffiti

You will have an unpleasant time getting associated with PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds at this moment since engineer Bluehole is making a few updates to the Battle Royale-like’s servers. The studio uncovered that the servers were down so it could expel the dreadful spray painting that it acquainted a month ago with advance the groups that were taking an interest in the Gamescom PUBG Invitational a weekend ago.

Bluehole took to web-based social networking to declare the arranged support. It additionally uncovered that it is dropping the Twitch account-connect symbol since the organization finished its Twitch Prime advancement a while prior — and Bluehole has since joined forces all the more intimately with Facebook.

You’ll likely have a less demanding time getting reconnected to the Battlegrounds servers after 12 pm Pacific time. Bluehole cautions that you should refresh the amusement on Steam after that time and after that bounce back on.

While it stinks that fans can’t get into the last-player-standing shooter right now, I’m excited that Bluehole is tearing the cheap Gamecom spray painting out. Past labels weren’t anything unique, however they fit in with the earth. The esports-group insignias on dividers in Pochinki, be that as it may, are diverting and revolting. So no love lost.

 

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