Player Unknowns Battlegrounds
You may be wondering if Playerunknown's Battlegrounds is right for your teen or child. I've played 100+ rounds, and most teens and kids are not as honest in the reviews as they should be. Here is my comprehensive review.
Violence : No matter what people tell you, there is a great deal of violence in the game. Realistic blood and violent weapons such as machetes are commonplace in the game. The entire game is based off the newly popular Battle Royale mode, so the player is encouraged to kill as many players as possible. Some weapons included are: Automatic weapons, melee weapons such as crowbars and machetes, and a variety of vehicles. There are bodies in the Xbox/PC version of the game.
Drugs and Alcohol: No alcohol is present in game, but there are a few low class drugs like painkillers and an adrenaline shot, which enhance performance.
Language: Players tend to swear often in the game because of it's suspenseful nature. It's common for players to use both the s-word and the f-word after being killed. Keep in mind, though, the game allows you to either play by yourself, or mute microphones of others, so language should not be a problem.
Sex: There is no sexuality in the game.
Consumerism: While you can buy things in-game, it's not pushed at you and you can still enjoy it without having to pay for anything.
Cooperation: I'd like to mention that while the game is focused on the aspects of killing, players will cooperate immensely with teammates in order to win a "Winner Winner Chicken Dinner".
Summary: PUBG is not for children and younger teens. Parents of older teens should be cautious before letting their children play the game.
This title contains:
Ease of Play
Violence & scariness