However, if you want to keep playing the genre-defining battle royale after the promotion ends, you can purchase it for half of the usual requested price. The whole title will be unlocked, along with the new Ranked playlist, but not with the in-game store.
PUBG inspired a number of similar last-man-standing games after its massive successful early access launch back in 2017. Although it has been pretty overshadowed other battle royale titles that launched lately, like Fortnite and Apex Legends, it still has a massive player base, with more than 200,000 players per month on Steam alone, according to SteamCharts.
50 Percent Off on PUBG
Since its initial launch, PUBG’s 100-player combats have spread to cover six maps, namely, a tutorial area, original location called Erangel, the desert expanse of Miramar, the North African Karakin, the rainforest-themed Sanhok, and the snow-covered Vikendi, with the latter having gotten a significant redesign earlier this year as part of the ongoing Season 7.
If you have been looking to try out PUBG and maybe see for yourself what Vikendi’s extremely improved dinosaur theme park looks like, you can play the game for free until 6 p.m. on Monday, June 8th.
Unlike several of its popular genre mates, PUBG is not free to play, but those who want to keep playing once the free weekend ends can benefit from the 50 percent off discount, which brings the price down to $16.99 until Monday. The progress made during the weekend will be transferred to the full game if you decide to purchase it.