Note: This post has been updated on November 26. Check out the updated content at the end of this post.
PUBG is one of the popular Battle Royale multiplayer online games. The game was launched back in the year 2017 and gathered popularity in 2018. A total of 50,000,000 digital copies of PUBG have been sold by the publisher making it the 5th best selling video game. PUBG got a tough competition in 2018 with the release of Battle Royale mode in Fortnite. Well, the number of active players has decreased but still, PUBG serves its fans very well. Developers are making constant updates and bug-fixes to the game to make it more interesting.
We are here to help you out if you are confused and trying to find out why you can not play PUBG for now. There can be a lot of reasons for the same. The servers of the game might have gone offline, because of which you can’t log-in to the game. The servers sometimes go offline because of a technical fault. Still, most of the time, developers intentionally take down the server for regular maintenance or to roll-out new updates to the game for fresh content.
We have created this post to keep you updated on the server status of the PUBG game. You can check out this post every time you face issues related to the game. Also, follow our new official Twitter handle (@DigiStatement) for the updated content.
The server status updates mentioned here are based on the official statement by the company. We will update the post as soon as possible. Also, we will be adding the newly updated content at the end of this post.
October 23, 2019 – Server Maintenance
– Live server maintenance has begun and is expected to last 8 hours.
Players: Live server maintenance has begun and is expected to last 8 hours.
Survivor Pass: Badlands, Miramar refresh, melee weapon and item throwing, sound QoL improvements, bug fixes and more will be available once maintenance is complete!
Live servers will undergo maintenance for 6 hours on Nov 25, 9 pm PST / Nov 26, 6 am CET to apply Update 5.2. The new update will bring PUBG Labs, Spike Traps, controller improvements, Vikendi changes, and more.
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