The move to bring one of PC gaming's biggest titles over to Steam's largest market was initially brought into question by China Audio-Video and Digital Publishing Association, in which the content watchdog criticised PUBG for deviating "from the values of socialism and is deemed harmful to young consumers". Alterations will be carried out by Tencent, the game's publisher in the country, to align with "socialist core values", reports Sina Tech.
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Tencent has secured the rights to distribute PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds in China, reported Reuters. However, the localisation process not only includes text translations into the new language: it'll also have an impact on the game's content.
Tencent will operate the game in the region. Recently, NetEase added in-game banners saying things like "safeguard national security, safeguard world peace" in a public show of support for China's ever-tightening grip on entertainment media. In addition to striving for massive military reforms and economic expansion, his teachings have caught on as a unique school of thought putting him on the path to becoming potentially as influential as communist founder Mao Zedong.
Changes will highlight the spirit of teamwork and competition in the game, making sure it delivers "healthy, positive cultural and value guidance, especially for underage users".