PUBG Cell gamers will begin seeing some modifications to the sport quickly. The builders behind the favored battle royale shooter are implementing a brand new “Gameplay Administration” system that may assist gamers perceive how a lot time they’ve spent taking part in and encourage them to take breaks.
The brand new system is a response to nations making an attempt to ban PUBG Cell resulting from accusations that the sport is addictive and has a dangerous affect on gamers, particularly youthful gamers.
The Gameplay Administration system seemingly takes some inspiration from Google’s Digital Wellbeing initiative. With the brand new system in place, a pop-up notification will alert gamers of simply how lengthy they’ve been taking part in PUBG Cell. The alerts may even counsel gamers cease taking part in or on the very least take a brief break.
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The system may even power gamers underneath the age of 18 to comply with a “gaming advisory” upon logging in. What this advisory will say is unclear presently, nevertheless it’s assumed it’ll have security solutions. We’ve reached out to the sport’s builders to seek out out extra.
Whereas the builders of PUBG Cell don’t admit as a lot within the press launch surrounding Gameplay Administration, it’s clear this new system is a direct response to tried bans of the sport in nations akin to India and Nepal. Not too long ago, 16 gamers have been arrested in India only for taking part in PUBG.
In China, PUBG Cell exists underneath a brand new moniker, “Recreation For Peace,” in response to the sport’s excessive ranges of blood, gore, and violence. In Recreation For Peace, there isn’t any blood or gore and “killed” gamers don’t die: they go down on their knees and offer you a pleasant wave.
Gameplay Administration is already rolling out to nations in Asia and North Africa, together with Indonesia, India, Nepal, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt. The system will ultimately roll out globally in phases.
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