Part of the appeal of PlayerUnknown's BattleGrounds is its aura of gritty, cinematic hyper-realism, and the smash hit video game has partnered with South Korean software company Minkonet to empower players in creating their own cinema. The new 3D replay feature for PUBG lets players look back through their playing history after dying to create dynamic, multi-shot replays of their most impressive moments.
What sets Minkonet's system apart from a standard replay system is that it allows players to move the camera at will. PUBG is a first-person shooter, but players aren't restricted to that first-person view when creating their replays. Not only does this create the potential for action movie-grade footage, but it also helps players to analyze their games more thoroughly, ultimately improving the strategies and tactics that the virtual gunners employ.
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