If you’ve been regularly playing PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on PC (and chances are you have been), you may have noticed that it recently faced some serious connectivity issues. PUBG’s PC servers went down, with a vast majority of players reporting issues that either wouldn’t let them login or made it hard to be able find a game.
It seems those issues have now been fixed. PUBG’s official helpdesk account took to Twitter to confirm that the connectivity issues that people had been facing has now been fixed. So you can now go back to obsessively playing PUBG again without any issues.
It was recently confirmed that PUBG had crossed over 26 million copies sold, which is an incredibly high number, especially for a game that was only released, (and that too in Early Access for the majority of those sales). It got a full launch recently, and we posted our review following that. You can read it here.
PC players, the server connectivity issue has now been resolved. Thank you for your patience.
— PUBG Help (@PUBG_help) February 18, 2018