When it comes to addiction, this game requires no introduction as it has become one of the most popular battle royale games online. Access to everything is bad and so is this game. Recently a lot of cases are seen where people have harmed themselves because of addiction to this game.
According to a report recently, a fitness trainer from Jammu has lost his mental balance after playing PUBG for 10 days. Let me tell you how addictive this game is, in case anyone of you does not know. PUBG, Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds is an online multiplayer battle royale game developed and published by PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean video game company Bluehole.
Google has released its annual list of Android’s best games of 2018 and PUBG mobile was ranked first in the race. The game received several Game of the year nominations among other accolades and is considered by Greene to be the defining game of the battle royale genre. Several other video games, following in Battlegrounds’ success, added battle royale-style modes, while several clones, primarily out of China, also appeared.
This mobile game constantly brings around some marvelous features and updates at frequent intervals that it will adhere you to itself. And as well said, everything comes with its cost. Addiction to this game will surely backfire in a big way.
As per the report by UNI, the fitness trainer has injured himself that will at the end landed him in the hospital because of addiction to this game. This is not the first time the cases like such has come to public notice. Note that, it is the sixth case in Jammu because of PUBG as reported.
Such online games have gain very popularity among the teenagers. The games tend to trigger mental imbalance and infuse anger among its fans. The smooth interface and graphics cause immense addiction. The fitness trainer allegedly was addicted to the PUBG game while playing over a span of ten days and after he completed a mission, he reportedly started hitting himself and thus injured himself and was admitted to the hospital.
According to the medical report by the doctor “The patient is unstable at the moment and has partially lost his mental balance.” According to the doctor, although the trainer has completed the mission in the game and was able to recognize people. He was not conscious and was completely grabbed by the after effects of the game.
The Jammu locals has asked the Governor Satya Pal Malik to ban the such “Life-Threatening” games in the state. Infract there are some universities where playing such online games are strictly prohibited. Students are asked to concentrate on physical games or sports and give more importance to their career growth.
We request to the people you are taking out their time to play PUBG to investing their time in some productive, sensible and mature things. While there is no problem in playing the game, too much of it at the cost of normalcy can risk your health and lives.