PUBG is a video game based on individuals and teams aiming to win an assault based mission. Most players love the game because of its prominent features including but not limited to live chat during the game, being able to support real-life groups within the game and the gameplay itself. A PUBG event in Pakistan is a huge deal as we recently oversaw a ban on this game.
It was announced by the PUBG management team last week that they will host an event for their Pakistani players on this independence day. Making the day better for gamers in Pakistan.
Here is how you can go about this special event. All players will have to complete two matches in classic mode or kill at least 5 enemies in the arena. These players will then get flip points based on their score. The exciting news is that it will go along a map that would be lined up with several tourist spots in Pakistan. Major locations include Chitral National Park, Badshahi Mosque, Noor Mahal, and Clock Tower. The list goes on.
Exclusive rewards include Royal Passcards to collect, exclusive outfits, parachutes, bag skins, and much more. This event has already received hundreds of thousands of registrations within Pakistan.
So, what do you guys get out of this? I think PUBG is doing us all a favor as a lot of teenagers will stick to home and play the game instead of sounding horns and blocking roads. This might give a lot of people a chance to go out and celebrate the day with their family, without one wheelers hooting at them. Just a thought!
Some might say that this day is to be celebrated in a way that reminds our new generation of the sacrifices our ancestors went through to get the country. Which is right. Everyone would agree. But, do we have any events in Pakistan that offer anything of this sort? If not, then I suggest letting the guys play this video game is actually a good idea.
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