PUBG Mobile has been into so many controversies related to promoting aggressive behaviour. There are few places where the game has already been banned and several requests have been made by parents to ban the game in the entire country.
To counter those things, PUBG Mobile has released a new update to help promote healthy gaming behaviours. Developers have added a new Gameplay Management system to the game. The new system will send a pop-up notification to the players to take a break who are under the age of 18.
According to the new system’s terms and conditions, the player under the age of 18 will require to acknowledge a gaming advisory before starting the game. The feature will be activated when users log in to the game for the first time. The new system also shows a pop-up notification to remind them to stop playing the game or take a rest.
The new Gameplay management system is now available in Indonesia, India, Nepal, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Egypt and the feature will soon roll out to other countries soon.
Developers have also mentioned that PUBG Mobile is among the first games to feature such a feature to the game.
Tencent Games will also look into players feedback and make necessary changes to the system over time. The feature is currently available only on mobile platforms and there no confirmation when the feature will surface on the other platforms such as PC, Xbox and PS4.
Meanwhile, in other news, PUBG Mobile has been renamed as Game of Peach in China and the game has become the most downloaded games in the country within a few days of its launch.
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