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Afghan Taliban Ban PUBG For Promoting Violence In Afghanistan

Afghan Taliban Sets To Ban PUBG For Promoting Violence In Afghanistan

Afghan T*l*ban-ruled Afghanistan is the newest country to impose a ban on the popular Battle Royale shooter PUBG (Mobile version).

The decision seems to have been taken after considering the highly intense and violent gameplay of the Tencent Games-backed battle royale game.

It is a well-known fact that the title has been one of the most popular games since its release on Android, iOS, and iPadOS platforms. It offers high-octane action and impressive visual quality, which are also significant factors behind its enormous fame.

Unfortunately, the recent announcement means PUBG will be banned in Afghanistan.

PUBG: Battlegrounds, having sold over 75 million copies on personal computers and game consoles as of the end of 2021, is the best-selling video game on PC and Xbox One, and the fifth best-selling video game of all time.

Even more successful is PUBG Mobile’s global version, which has accumulated more than 1 billion downloads and grossed over $8.42 billion on mobile devices, making it the fourth highest-grossing mobile game.

With the combined revenue of PC and console games equaling $4.65 billion, PUBG: Battlegrounds has a total revenue of $13.07 billion as of May 2022, making it one of the highest-grossing video games of all time. The main game has been free-to-play since January 12 2022.

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