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No more lag: South Africa will get local PUBG Mobile servers

Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile (PUBG Mobile) players in Africa will now get a dedicated server for the game locally.

PUBG heading to PlayStation 4 in December with platform-specific cosmetics in tow

It was rumoured when Microsoft made PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds free on Xbox (for a limited time) but now it has been confirmed. PUBG will launch on Sony’s PlayStation 4 very, very soon — expect to get your battle royale on from 7 December this year. There are several editions of the popular multiplayer game coming, with the base game costing $30 (about R440) and a SurvivorR...[Read More]

PUBG free on Xbox One for now, and will likely come to PS4

Almost exactly a year ago popular battle royale first-person shooter, Player Unknown’s Battlegounds (PUBG), made its debut on console — the Xbox One, that is. And now it’s free on Xbox One, for a while at least. We will also likely see it release on PS4 soon, according to rumour. Can’t have the PS4 players missing out on those chicken dinners, can we? Previously only available on PC, P...[Read More]

You won’t be able to get your hands on this chicken-dinner-proof Xbox One controller

Getting your snack on as you game (and avoiding greasing up your controller in the process) is a problem as old as (video game) time — so dating back at least to the 1980s, then. Microsoft has a solution to this conundrum: a greaseproof Xbox One controller. You’re just going to have a hard time getting it. Slippery customer The video below shows off the greaseproof Xbox One controller ...[Read More]

How to survive for more than 5 minutes in Fortnite: Battle Royale

The battle royale, last-man-standing gaming mode has taken the world by (literal, shrinking) storm the past year, with H1Z1 and Player Unknown Battlegrounds paving the way to a world phenomenon that will even make its way to Call of Duty Black Ops 4 later this year. It shouldn’t be that hard to outlive all of your opponents in Fortnite? Right? Well, turns out it is. But you don’t have to was...[Read More]

Facebook launches gaming hub, could cause a Twitch-fight

Many game streamers already use Facebook Live to stream their favourite pastime out to the digital world. Now Facebook has launched a dedicated hub for streamers, called Gaming Video, that sorts streams by the game titles you already follow. Game streaming has gained traction as more and more people have begun spectating online. This has given players the online platform to become more than just g...[Read More]

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