Now, this is something which is called a hot topic. In the world where Mini Militia and Clash of Clans had the complete gaming market to their name, PIBG entered like a storm and dethroned them, thus occupying the Numero Uno.
After some years of enjoying the game, the topic that is now spreading like wildfire is that PUBG has been banned in many countries like China and is going to be banned in India soon. I don’t understand where do these prone spreading the rumors bring these topics from. But, if the topic is a hot topic, a discussion is mandatory. In this article I will be discussing the reality of the news, the reasons behind such rumors and outcomes of the ban (if ever it happens!).
What’s the news
We are very well aware that PUBG has dethroned many famous games like Clash Of Clans, Mini Militia, Counter-Strike Go etc. to become the most popular mobile (and perhaps PC) game of ask time.
But recently, some rumours have come up that PUBG has been banned in countries like China and soon India will ban it too (perhaps by Jan 1 2019). After the world famous Porn Ban in India, now is the time of PUBG.
Reality of the news
Frankly speaking, I personally feel that this is entirely a fake news. Because, we very well know only rumours and lies spread like wild fire, not truth! This is entirely an approximation. Why? Because China banned it! And China is our DADDY. Whatever it will do, we will follow! Isn’t it?
The first thing is that China is the creator of PUBG. It was here where this disease started from. And, why will the creators destroy their own creation? But, it is true. Yeah, PUBG has been banned in China. Two reasons have come up.
Reasons behind China ban and so-called India ban
Well, two reasons are there why China banned PUBG –
1. Students are not able to focus on their career. It is a true fact though. PUBG has come like a craze. Students, especially teenagers have been completely attracted towards the game. They leave everything just to play PUBG. This will surely hinder their focus on their career. It was largely happening on China, and hence it was banned.
2. The second reason that has come up is about violence. PUBG players must have seen that when you kill an enemy, you clearly visualize the blood coming out ( According to China, the blood is red!). China government is so dedicated that they did not want their younger generating to get distracted or get harsh by seeing blood. So, they banned the game.
Now, let’s have some justification about this. Coming to the first reason, I accept students and teenagers are getting distracted by the game. But, is banning the game a solution? Okay, we ban the game, but does it ensure that those people who wasted their time will now use it wisely? No, never. You banned PUBG? Okay, there are others like Free Fire or Survival Island etc. They Wii start playing those. People who used to play Clash of Clans or Mini Militia or CS: Go will go back to play these games again. Those who are gamers will play any game they get. So if you ban one game, they will go back to another game and waste their time.
Now, coming to the second reason. Really? Banned PUBG because it shows RED blood? Man, there are alternatives. If you are playing in desktops, then PUBG gives you option of changing the damage effect colour. You can change your blood colour to purple, green or blue. And in mobile, it is only green. Problem solved. Now you will say the case is not about blood, it is about killing. Really? Other games like Protocol, IGI, Call Of Duty or CS: Go also show killing, in fact the games are about hunting and killing. There are several other games about killing only too. Why don’t you ban those too? Why only PUBG?
Seriously speaking, the reasons that have been given by the banners of the game are hilarious.
Outcomes of the ban
Okay, let us think the game is banned. Will everything be normal again? No. People playing PUBG will find some other games to play. Those who think that the people who used to waste their time playing PUBG will use their time after the ban are completely wrong.
Now, coming to the ban in India, the fact is not completely false. Because many schools and colleges have banned playing of PUBG. It was seen that students used to spend a lot of their time – start a in the morning and even continue till midnight – playing PUBG. So, it was needed. But talking about my opinion, I will say that banning the game is not at all a solution. Think about it yourself.