The BFE Report: Ranking PUBG’s Best

The new Ranked Mode, esports, and Texas-swagger were big in PUBG this week.

A busy week in PUBG sees the introduction of the pivotal Ranked Mode (the story has just begun with that feature) and the return of PUBG Esports in North America (Charity or not, the region’s best are competing). So whether you’re talking best pro players or best PUBG players, this week is all about PUBG’s official elite.

Ranked Mode Arrives

There will be no excuses when it comes to determining the best among any random group of friends with the arrival of Ranked Mode in PUBG on PC (Console versions will be updated next week). The new gameplay settings (64 players, no Redzone, etc.) and new tracking system tailor-made for veteran players should make the whole PUBG experience feel like it’s been leveled up.

The Stars are Bright

It’s unclear if PUBG partner Texas Boostin has more love for PUBG or his home state of Texas, but it’s going to be keeping track of him to find out. He got his moment in the PUBG spotlight this week and showed the intensity of the PUBG in the heart of Texas.

PCS Charity

It’s been awhile since North American fans have had the chance to cheer for their own, but the PCS Charity event that kicked off on 5/21 is bringing esports back to the continent in a big way. Familiar faces from the NPL will be in action as they shake the dust off and compete for charity.

The Phase Ahead

Ranked Mode is going to reveal itself to console fans and we’ll have a lot more to say about the competition-heavy new mode.

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