Gamers of the Battle Royale, PlayerUnkown’s Battleground, or PUBG are requesting to have a clan system like the other Battle Royale games out there. Though there’s no official news that came from the PUBG Corporation regarding the trending topic, however, one data miner has already revealed what will be released in the future updates of the game.
You may have heard of PlayerIGN, a well-known data miner of PUBG. PlayerIGN has been accurately leaked the previous updates before it was released and was always active in every PUBG community. The data miner also has reported on Twitter that it’ll be possible to have up to 20 players in a clan, with clan names running between 2 and 15 characters and shorter tags running between 2 and 4 characters. Clans aren’t free, but there appears to be a fee of 5000 BP attached, which likely to be a setup cost.
New stuff on Clan System:
– 5,000 BP COST
– Title: 2-15 char., 6 num.
– Tag: 2-4 char.
– Slogan: 30 char.
– Presentation: 180 char.
– Members: 20
– "recruits" & "'résumés"
[Also 'No Clan' labels were found on the Leaderboard (removed)– Clan could be linked with the new Ranked] pic.twitter.com/Yd2osfZ4cS
— PlayerIGN (@PlayerIgn) November 7, 2019
Since most Battle Royale games have clan systems now, PUBG is joining the train. Will this bring PUBG back to its knees? Who knows. PUBG has been drastically decreasing players since a lot of Battle Royale games are coming out. For other gamers, having a clan system in a game is a good idea. It is not only to show off your clanmates but to also show how good you are from that game. Every clan systems have certain requirements before you can join, so the stronger you are, the better clan you’ll be in. Future updates are still on its way and we can’t wait to see it.
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