Hilarious Fan-Made PUBG Mockumentary Goes Full-On National Geographic (VIDEO)
Players within PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds fall within certain groups which can be easily recognized based upon their experience, skill levels, playstyles, whether they’re cheaters or not, and more. To inform his fellow man of what to expect from the game’s playerbase, one fan has created a PUBG mockumentary that dives into the mad world of the battle royale shooter in true National Geographic fashion.
The video below was uploaded by YouTuber Sonny Evans and it takes a close look at the environment which encompasses the PUBG map called Mirimar. The video primarily follows three distinct player groups commonly found within the game. The lowly noob, with their lack of experience making them ripe for the picking for other players. The Try-hards who throw themselves into the fray no matter the situation searching for high amounts of kills and weak prey. Lastly, the Mil-Sim players who follow a slow and tactical doctrine in a constant search for those elusive Chicken Dinners.
According to the video’s description:
Welcome to PUBGeographic, where we investigate the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegroundsplayerbase. After GTAGeographic we are now diving into the mad world of PUBG. Many different players with different playstyles inhabit the island of Mirimar, and in this documentary we follow a team of noobs, a team of Pro Tryhards and a team of expert milsim players throughout a match.”
Of course there can only be one victor and anybody who has played their fair share of PUBG can take a decent guess as to who comes out on top. What other titles would you like to see receive a National Geographic-style documentary? Let us know your thoughts on the PUBG mockumentary and more in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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