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As we all know in battlegrounds your life often depends on that how fast you can get your hands on guns. So if that is so important I pubg hile satın al decided to measure which way is the fastest to travel at the beginning of the game.



Most of you probably figured out that going face down from the plane then holding strafe + forward when your parachute pops (to avoid speed loss) and after that forward till you will land is the fastest way to get down.

Things are getting a bit more complicated when we want to travel further like 2 or 3kms away from the plane. After hours and hours of trying different ways and speeds, I came to the conclusion.

At the being of the first technique, we need to travel forward by looking up at the horizon and try to get as far as you can before auto-pull of your parachute will kick-in (900m - 1.2km is the max you can do). The distance which you will travel after chute is open depends on the speed which you are willing to maintain.

There is a chart with my results:

Speed - Distance - Time


20+km/h - 1,40- 1m 25sec

40+km/h - 1,55- 1m 09sec

50+km/h - 1,50- 1m 00sec

60+km/h - 1,30- 0m 58sec

2nd Technique is all about flying forward and pulling your parachute out as soon as we can. After that maintaining correct speed will give us humongous differences in results.

There is a chart with my results:

Speed - Distance - Time

20+km/h - 2,90km - 3m 33sec

30+km/h - 2,30km - 2m 35sec

40+km/h - 1,90km - 2m 02sec

50+km/h - 1,65km - 1m 37sec

60+km/h - 1,30km - 1m 24sec

3RD Technique Parachute Right Down and Drive with Vehicle

I also measured approx time which takes if we would parachute down to the vehicle and try to drive 2kms. This way we can compare it will long distance parachuting and know which way is faster.

That's what I discovered:

Vehicle - Distance - Time

UAZ - 2km - 2m 17sec

Buggy - 2km - 2m 14sec

Dacia - 2km - 2m 02sec

Bike - 2km - 1m 51sec

SuperBike - 2km - 1m 44sec

Ofc bikes are the fastest and actually will beat anyone on parachute and Dacia will get you there in about the same time.

Keep in mind tho that all of that measurements were done with perfect driving and on a kinda flat surface.


PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.

Battle Royale.

The games that are taking over online gaming by storm. PUBG is one of those, and one of the first. A mod that turned into a stand alone game. However, there's the question, is the game good? Is it playable? Do the users enjoy it? For my personal opinion, we have to go back to the beginning.

The Beginning

September 12, 2017. The day that I bought PUBG, even though it was still in early access. I had seen some friends play, as well as every streamer ever play it. I figured, why not? It was $30, which isn't cheap, but not terrible. From what I had heard, the developer was very active in development. So I bought in.

For a while, it was fun. I had a group of friends I would play squads with and, being my first FPS on PC, I learned how to play with a keyboard and mouse. There were bugs, of course, and hackers, but it's an early access game, you expect that. Right? Well, right.

Things looked good. Updates were coming in. Money was being made. Everyone in the world was looking forward to what the game would become.


Fast forward to today, over a year later.

There are still problems. A lot of problems.

It's not like the game doesn't get updated. They push out updates all the time, even now, and shut down the servers twice a week for maintenance. It's just... a conflict of interest, maybe?

The developers are really worried about money, or so it seems. Also, with the sea of battle royale games coming out, they are worried about staying relevant. The problem is, they aren't really helping anything.

The company seems to be more about skins, maps, and weapons rather than fixing what they already have. Every performance update helps something, but breaks two or three more things. For example, one update left my buddies and I unable to even join a match. Not good.

And so, I'm tired. It's fun, but I'm tired. You will have nights where everything is fine and you have fun. Then, you will have nights where you get shot around corners or lose fights you clearly should've won. The replay system is still so laggy that you can't even watch a replay and accurately see what happened.

Honestly, at the start of the night, it's like a toss up whether or not the server has your back. If it doesn't, you lose a lot of firefights. If it does, you win those. It's pretty crazy, but happens time and time again.

Even with all the issues, and me getting angry, I still have over 200 hours in the game. Why? Because it's fun. It's a fun game, when it works. The problem is when you push for it to be in eSports tournaments, then the entire world sees two players survive a grenade that exploded right at their feet (yeah, that happened).

It's an argument. Because if you post about it, people say it's your PC. All I can say is, I've played enough to realize it's the game, and not my PC. If I can't play a game with a GTX 1080, then I don't want to play that game.