PUBG: Battlegrounds (formerly PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds) is one of the most popular battle royale games available in the market. With that kind of popularity, server problems keep popping up from time to time. Whether it is related to maintenance or server overload, problems are not common, but they do happen all the time. If you’re having trouble accessing PUBG, here’s how to check the server status.
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How to Check PUBG: Battlegrounds Server Status
If you’re being blocked from accessing PUBG servers, we recommend checking it first official twitter help page for the game. This is where you can see the latest news on any upcoming live server maintenance and potential issues that may pop up.
Additionally, you can also check out the Down Detector page and see if other people are reporting problems with the game. Here you can see the status of the game over the last 24 hours, which can give you a good idea if the game has been having issues throughout the day, a common problem with recent updates.
From there, we recommend that you check the server status specific to the platform you are playing on. Steam players will want to check SteamDB, while PlayStation and Xbox players will want to visit their console’s respective status page. While most of the time when you have issues on these platforms, every game will be affected, only PUBG on that platform is likely to be the problem.
If you have checked all the places above and found no indication that there is a server issue in PUBG, we recommend first restarting your internet router and console or PC. From there, contact PUBG Support so they can help you get back into the game.