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In the video game world, there is always the argument of, “this game is better than that game” And in this case, it’s Fortnite and PUBG (Player Unknown’s BattleGrounds). The video game community that play one of these two games is always arguing with the community of the other game whether which one is better. Lots of people play PUBG and lots of people play Fortnite, and they both have their pros and cons.

The people that play Fortnite say it’s fun and it involves more skill than PUBG because in Fortnite you can build and you can build cover so bullets don’t hit you and when you encounter another player you can get into what is called a, ‘build battle’, it’s nothing formal, that’s just what you call it when you get into a gunfight and try to out-build someone to get the high ground.

That’s why some people consider it to be a more strategic game. On the other hand, PUBG is considered to be more of a traditional battle royale, where you just parachute down from a plane and look for a weapon to defend yourself, and if you see someone, then shoot him, it’s that straightforward, there is no building that can stop you from landing a shot on your target.

When it comes to numbers, they both make big numbers when it comes to people playing daily and monthly. PUBG is available on IOS and Android as a free to download game, and it is available on Xbox, Pc and recently put on pre-order for ps4.

PUBG gets 87 million players each day from across all platforms and 227 million players each month. Fortnite is available on IOS, Android, Pc, Nintendo switch, Xbox, and ps4 as a free-to-play game.

In August nearly 80 million people played Fortnite and in November 200 million people played Fortnite.

At the end of the day, it´s just up to personal preference.

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