Pune Couple Shoot Their Pre-Wedding Photos PUBG-Style
PUBG sensation gone to another level. 
PUBG sensation gone to another level. (Photo: Facebook/Being Punekar)

Pune Couple Shoot Their Pre-Wedding Photos PUBG-Style

One of the most popular games in the digital world, PUBG or Player Unknown's Battlegrounds’ obsession has gone to the next level. A soon to-be-married couple got their wedding photographer to shoot their pre-wedding photos, PUBG style.

(Photo: Facebook/Being Punekar)

PUBG has been a favourite among most people in their 20s. They have been addicted to it on their phones and any device that they can download the application on. But this couple clearly did not care much about their addiction, they went ahead and gifted each other these photos.

(Photo: Facebook/Being Punekar)
(Photo: Facebook/Being Punekar)
(Photo: Facebook/Being Punekar)

What is PUBG?

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Mobile game is a persistent online game, so you'll need a connection to the internet to play - be that via mobile network or Wi-Fi - but the lower the ping the better.

Battle royale basically means all against all, a bit like The Hunger Games where you start with nothing and have to scavenge and collect weapons and equipment. The game is ultimately a battle to the last player standing, with 100 players on an 8 x 8 km island.

There are three modes of play: solo, duo and squad, with the latter letting you team up with three other players for a team of four. Each is a little different with various pros and cons, the big pro of team play being that have people to support you, revive you and bring an element of co-operative tactics to the game.

The game starts with you parachuting onto the game island. On landing your mission is to gather everything you can to help you win, from clothes to medical supplies to weapons, with a wide range of weapons and modifications for those weapons.

The island is a mixture of urban and rural environments, detailed in the map in the top right-hand corner of the game, and the full area is initially playable, but the play areas decreases in size as time progresses.

This forces the players closer together with ever decreasing circles, those left outside the safe play space will start to take damage and eventually die. The game reaches its climax when the last few players are condensed down into a small space and one player or team emerges as the victor.

Each game can last up to about 30 minutes if you're one of the last standing. Of course, you can die almost as soon as you're on the ground. Winner, winner, chicken dinner.

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