‘PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ Shuts Down in China and Replaced With Patriotic ‘Game of Peace’

Game of Peace

Tencent has closed down PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds in China and supplanted it with a devoted fight royale named Game of Peace. Regardless of having an effective trial in China, PUBG neglected to pick up a permit that would enable Tencent to pick up cash from in-application buys, which is the manner by which fight royale titles that are allowed to-play procure income.

As per Reuters, Tecent states PUBG Mobile earned upwards of 70 million dynamic players every day in China, with profiles and levels being exchanged to its new title Game of Peace, intended to fill in as a substitution. Despite the fact that it has comparable plan and ongoing interaction, “they are altogether different sorts of recreations,” as per Tencent.

The counter psychological oppressor title is a strategic shooter with references to the nation’s aviation based armed forces, which “pays tribute to the blue sky warriors that monitor our nation’s airspace.” There’s likewise no carnage, as required by Chinese guidelines.


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