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PUBG Mobile’s new ‘Gameplay Management’ will combat addiction accusations

By C. Scott Brown

Samsung Galaxy A70 playing PUBG

PUBG Mobile players will start seeing some changes to the game soon. The developers behind the popular battle royale shooter are implementing a new “Gameplay Management” system that will help players understand how much time they’ve spent playing and encourage them to take breaks.

The new system is a response to countries attempting to ban PUBG Mobile due to accusations that the game is addictive and has a harmful impact on players, especially younger players.

The Gameplay Management system likely takes some inspiration from Google’s Digital Wellbeing initiative. With the new system in place, a pop-up notification will alert players of just how long they’ve been playing PUBG Mobile. The alerts will also suggest players stop playing or at the very least take a short break.

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Source:: android authority