Published: Thu, June 21, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS Introduces the Event Pass

PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS Introduces the Event Pass

All PUBG players can complete daily, weekly, and event-exclusive challenges to level up their Event Pass. You'll unlock items by completing missions and "leveling up" your pass, and it sounds like there will be plenty of missions to complete.

The solution? A Fortnite Battle Pass-style system.

You'll soon be able to fight your way to premium cosmetic items in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds using the game's new Event Pass system. The QBZ95 can be found exclusively on the new tropical map, replacing the SCAR-L in Sanhok's item spawn pool.

The deal has already started and lasts until July 5th, so if you want to see why 400 million other players have already bought the game, you can join in on the cheap for the next two weeks or so. You'll have one chance to unlock a free in game name change.

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While PUBG's rise has been swift, hitting the 400 million figure in a little over six months since its worldwide release (and over 15 months since its early access release), the game's publisher has been beset with competitors nipping at its heels. This comes as the studio prepares to launch one of its biggest updates with a new map, gun, and more on June 22. The Royale Pass is also a typical Battle Pass, though it rewards Crate Currency whereas the Event Pass appears to be distancing itself from Crates as much as possible.

"Just like the crate and key system, you'll be able to get rewards in the Event Pass system regardless of whether you made a purchase", PUBG Corp explained in a lengthy blog post. In the end, the team decided on the Event Pass. It's not as expensive as splitting DLC up into individual pieces and is not as predatory as Loot Boxes, since there's no RNG.

Outside of bringing in new people, however, the June 22 update could get many lapsed players to return to the game. For most players, however, that risk is more than worth the benefits.

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