Best Alternative To Fortnite

If you are looking for a perfect alternative to Fortnite’s Battle Royale game, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is it. There is a reason the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds game constantly boasts of 400,000 concurrent players and has sold over 6 million copies:it is the basic Battle Royale game done perfectly. It may still be in Early Access, but the game is reasonably polished already, filled with features, plus being addictive beyond beliefs.

PlayerUnknown is not just a nice-sounding title; it is the pseudonym of Greene Brendan, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds creator, and the man who's responsible for the well-known Arma 3 Battle Royale game. His experience reflects in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, which doesn't have complications such as a complex fighting system and crafting, but rather focuses on tactical play, scavenging, and razor-sharp gunplay. Also, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds controls and feels realistically, and this results in reactive game-play which never grows old.

Game-play

In PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, gunplay is modeled after hardcore military simulation game. Every weapon has its unique reload time, recoil, potential modifications, and shot pattern. Combat requires focus for success; lead your aim, control your bursts, and take time to find the perfect position. Initially, it may seem daunting, experience and time turns players to hardened warriors who react easily to the needs of every new gunfight.

The secret to success in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds lies in the game world, outside of the firefights. Knowing where to go and how to reach there is more vital than comprehending how to fire a weapon properly. Studying each map means knowing exactly the difference between two cities, knowing the thickest forest to find cover, and concluding on the best direction to push a position.

The map of Erangel which is the default map of the game is a mix of forest glades and dilapidated European houses. It requires slow and methodical movements. When you play the game for long, you will know the best divot to hide in or which trees do cast perfect shadows. You will learn how to that there is a ridge close to the cemetery which overlooks Pecado city and is good for scouting just before moving in and that the best city loot is not always in the gym but in the gutters. Most appealing about the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' maps is not that they provide various battlegrounds for fighting, but that they also provide space and land just as comfortable as the neighborhood.