PUBG's rise to prominence has been nothing short of astounding, from it toppling Dota 2's number one spot on Steam's top concurrent players chart back in early September, to smash its all-time record of 1,291,328 players just two weeks later.
Though PUBG is a blast to play, it still has its share of problems.
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The New York State Department of Labor has released unemployment rates for November and the Utica-Rome area saw an increase. Lawrence County tied with Oswego County for the fourth highest unemployment rate last month at 6.4 percent.
Since hitting the Xbox One Game Preview Program earlier in December, PUBG has seen a number of updates to smooth out the experience and bring it closer to its much more polished PC sibling.
Over 1.5 million accounts have been banned from PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds by BattlEye anti-cheat, the company has announced. The subsequent Reddit post claiming Microsoft copied it now has over 90,000 views.
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Now, Macsterr mentions that his ad concept that there's no copyright over his concept. It's a clever idea, and someone at Microsoft or one of the company's marketing partners made a decision to copy it.
Microsoft noticed and Major Nelson stepped in to comment, stating, "Hey guys, I wanted to let you know that this is being investigated". In the meantime, our official channels have pulled down the asset in question. Right now, they are confident that the game would continue to become even more popular in the coming months, especially since it is now a full game with a constant stream of content updates to follow.
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However, the Reddit user seemed adamant that the concept was his-not a case of shared inspiration. The post calling out Microsoft, on the other hand, received 90000 views - making it clear that the community is upset with this decision by Microsoft.