A couple of weeks ago, The State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television in China has deemed that the game "deviates from the values of socialism and is deemed harmful to young consumers".
South Korea-based PUBG Corp., a spinoff of Bluehole that now exclusively administers "PUBG", has signed a publishing agreement with Tencent to release the "Battle Royale" shooter to the Chinese market.
PUBG in China will have "socialist core values", according to a recent statement.
Outside of the lack of updates in preparation for the game's full launch, the biggest problem facing PUBG users around the world is the increase in cheaters.
Bluehole Studio plans to release its record-breaking mega-hit shooting game "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" in China, in partnership with internet and game giant Tecent Holdings, the two companies said on November 22.
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Now the company has said that it will "make adjustments to content. and make sure they accord with socialist core values, Chinese traditional culture and moral rules".
Tencent Holdings Ltd, the Chinese gaming giant will be responsible for localizing the game.
Tencent will operate the game in the region. Presumably this means changes to meet tough government regulations within the country and PUBG does already have a simplified Chinese language option already. He also intends to provide the best game to Chinese players with the two companies closely working together. "We will also offer a different, fun experience on PC".
PUBG, a multiplayer last-man-standing survival game, has sold 20m copies since its March release.