Patrick Waring at GameCloud writes: "In all honesty, I think PUBG Corp should have delayed the official release of the game until early this year so that the significant problems of the game could be ironed out. Connection problems, lag, rubber-banding and a rash of cheaters are the ingredients for an online game’s death-sentence if left unchecked. They have shown a fair amount of diligence in working on these issues post-release, however, and the future of the game could still be promising. At its core, it’s still a thoroughly enjoyable experience, especially if you’re playing with friends, and I think it could be the best example of a “Battle Royale” game to date. It just needs a bit more work and polish to get it far away from the “Early Access” state its currently in. If you are interested in trying PUBG, do yourself the favour of getting on PC, so you’re not playing an interactive slideshow."