PUBG's first-person mode can be creepy at times


Look at that glistening tongue

And I don't just mean the Assassin's Creed-esque face! Brett and I partnered up for a few rounds of first-person mode, and the end result felt like a mix between a walking sim as we combed over houses and survival horror as the weather took a turn for the worse and we seemingly entered Silent Hill.

I kept getting paranoid about who (or what) might be lurking behind us. Precision aiming seems a little easier in PUBG's FPS mode, but man oh man do I miss being able to swing the camera behind my back.

The ending, though. The ending is pure slapstick bliss.

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