On the 14th of May 2019, PUBG Mobile is introducing a new “Gameplay Management” system that encourages players to enjoy a sustainable and balanced PUBG Mobile experience.
Upon logging in for the first time, players will be asked to confirm their age to activate the Gameplay Management system. Players under the age of 18 will have to acknowledge a gaming advisory before they can start the game. Also, the system will use pop-up notifications about game time to reminder players to rest or stop the game. In other words, PUBG Mobile will now remind players to take breaks from the game should players play for a long time without stopping.
The Gameplay Management system has been deployed recently in certain areas, including Asian and North African countries, including Indonesia, India, Nepal, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, and will deploy in other markets in stages. PUBG Mobile will be one of the first mobile games to deploy this type of system on a global basis.
“PUBG Mobile is committed to being a responsible interactive entertainment provider. With experts worldwide examining the impacts of technology and videogames on players of all ages, our team wants to ensure our community is equipped to make informed choices when it comes to PUBG Mobile,” said Vincent Wang, General Manager of Global Publishing Department, Tencent Games. “Today’s announcement is a proactive step in ensuring that hundreds of millions of players worldwide can continue to enjoy PUBG Mobile in a sustainable manner.”