October 26, 2020

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For some time now, Epic Games’s battle royale effort has been a bigger beast than PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, winning the fight when it comes to the pubg lite hile satın al vs PUBG player count. Fortnite’s player numbers amount to at least 40 million players a month and over three million concurrent users. Meanwhile, PUBG’s sales numbers have struggled to keep up since  2018.

You shouldn’t let player count affect your decision of which battle royale game to play, however. You will have a great experience with either and should have no trouble finding plenty of rivals to mercilessly murder

Whilst the mechanics of both Fortnite and PUBG are similar, their maps are surprisingly different. This is most evident in their map size: PUBG’s Erangel and Miramar maps are 8x8km, whereas the single Fortnite map is much smaller. At 4x4km, PUBG’s Sanhok map is the exception: this PUBG new map is even smaller than Fortnite’s killing zone.

Arguably this means PUBG players have to rely more on luck to win on its bigger maps: if the safe zone’s location is not kind, they will need to find a vehicle to prevent a mad sprint to safety. The Fortnite map, on the other hand, does not feature vehicles; its smaller size makes it much easier to traverse quickly and safely.

Erangel, on the other hand, allows for high risk/reward strategies as it has a couple of outer islands that are more likely to hold high-level loot. Sosnovka Island is the largest and is dominated by its military base. Parachuting here is a risky strategy: you might have a better chance of finding good gear, but if the circle shrinks towards a distant location then you will have lots of water and land to cross.