PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds PC To Go Off For A While On February 12, February 13

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Published:


  • PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) on PCs will be down for a while on February 12, February 13
  • The live servers would be subject to maintenance soon

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) on PCs will be down for a while on February 12, as part of a maintenance program by developers at PUBG. The live servers would be subject to maintenance soon.

If you are a PUBG PC player, then it is imperative that you mark these timings for February 12; 4:30 PM PST. duration of this maintenance would be 4 hours - could even be greater as well. Other regions, outside of the PST time zone, would also be affected by the PUBG PC live servers maintenance on February 13. These fall into the CET and KST time zones and the timings in which the maintenance carried out in these zones would be 1:30 AM (in the CET zone) and 9:30 AM (in the KST zone) respectively.

Hence, it would do a world of good to save your game progress starting from now and ensure you plan your gaming routine accordingly without letting this interfere in your essential duties such as work and studies. It is also recommended by expert psychiatrists to set aside fixed gaming times (for your kids/wards and yourselves) such that your routine work go on as planned - alongside PUBG.

As far as technicalities are concerned, PUBG Mobile is all set to get the public version of the update 0.11.0 that introduces the zombies touch to the game. This update has hit high expectations and rumour mills are flooded with reports - all of which are hinting at an ASAP release date for the update. However, there are no official updates from the folks at PUBG regarding the release of the update 0.11.0-related PUBG technicalities.

Do share your thoughts on PUBG especially your version of PUBG. Do you prefer Fortnite, or the more recent Apex Legends which came under hearty praise from PUBG itself.

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