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  1. Most regions it's a problem, but EU has always been fine in FPP on PC. A severe disadvantage. You do not need an expensive set, you can perform equaly as well by spending ~40 EUR for both devices. Cheaping out will mostly cost you with long game sessions if you are not carefull with what you buy as low quality devices might make it uncomfortable for long sessions. Though if you are just an average player you won't be spending more than a few hours in one go, so it should not be a big deal. The other factor is that they might break. But yeah, you absolutely do not need the expensive stuff, they have no impact to performance in the vast majority of cases. Just find what's comfortable.
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    Well consider this fact. PUBG and Fortnite are equals in terms of how bad the desync is. Ring of Elysium has it worse in terms of movement but about the same with gunshot and damage delays. Apex Legends and Blackout perform significantly worse than PUBG in terms of desync. That pretty much covers everyone in the BR genre with Apex Legends being the only BR game that you would expect to have the least issues here, but even with a handicap manage to do worse.
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    High ping problem

    Wrong website. This is for PUBG only on PC, Xbox and PS4. Bluehole does not develop or support PUBG Mobile, which is developed and maintained by Tencent
  4. Do you have XMP enabled on your motherboard? Might be the cause. I noticed this happen to me in Apex legends when I installed new hardware and enabled XMP. I did foolishly do other things together with disabling XMP so I am not sure at this point if that was what fixed the issue. As for @boby3104 different games are coded differently and might have different difficulties. Your system might not be stable and some software might not care, while others might just refuse to work. A good example is a hard drive and your OS. My brother had a laptop that was liquid damaged that caused the hard drive to fail. Windows would not work no matter what you did. We installed Linux and all it did was warn us that the sectors were damaged and files could not be retrieved from those sectors. Other than that, the PC was completely usable for 4 more years.
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    PUBG makes my PC shut down

    Try to see this from our perspective. If the lights go out in your house, do you call the electrician or the plumber? Sure, the plumbing could have broken and caused a shortcircuit somewhere, but first things first, check the electricity. Same here, your problem is showing symptoms of hardware failure. A piece of software cannot force shut down your PC. Unless I a misundersood your explanation. So to clarify on that point. Do you get the usual "Windows is shutting down" or are you starting the game and the power cuts off immediately? As in you have image on screen and then immediately it turns completely off. If it's the second option then you definetely have hardware failure, because software failure will either hang your PC or at closest to what you are explaining, it would initiate a shutdown which would happen exactly as if you clicked "Shut Down" yourself in the start menu.
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    Macro Mice?

    If you are not running any macros it's fine. There are some mice (like the bloody series) that come with macroes pre-loaded to the mouse onboard memory. Those get detected and prevent you from playing until you remove them. You might want to check all related software to make sure you do not have any mouse movement macroes set on your mouse. I have a SteelSeries Rival 300 and technically speaking it also allows macroes, but not sure if it's on the level that is not permissable. Since I do not have any set up, PUBG never had issues with either the mouse or the Steelseries software being installed.
  7. Do you mean it does not accept input or do you mean the backlight? If it's the latter I noticed with my Logitech G110 the same thing, I just went into the controller software and disabled the "allow games to take control of the backlight", yours might have a similar feature.
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    PUBG makes my PC shut down

    Not necessarily an overheat. If there is a failure of the PSU, MB or CPU it can overvolt, become unstable and simply turn off in order to avoid complete failure (damaged components). You said so yourself, that it happens randomly, so reinstalling might not even be the thing that helps, might be that it just randomly worked for a while. With hardware failures you don't always get consistent failures. I merely suggest the possibility of hardware failure and doing a stress test might reveal whether there is one or not. If you have already done that, the other options can be driver conflicts or some software conflicts (for example motherboard software that says they will overclock your CPU automatically when you start a game). You can try to reinstall the OS and install only steam and PUBG to see if that works, then start re-installing other software you have to see if anything starts crashing your PC.
  9. It's not a bug and it's not a horrible hit registration system. The exact same issue is present in all FPS games. It's the same in Fortnite, Blackout, Apex Legends to name a few. The only game that really actively does something about it is Battlefield, where they use client-side/server authoritative (instead of just client side) hit detection. That means that if your ping is very high you would need to shoot in advance. Watch this video to better understand what's going on (the full video is a good introduction to online play and common issues, but I will just give you a timestamp where the possible solution is explained):
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    ping "lagspikes"

    "A little". As for @Akdov370 it's not very likely to be your PC. In connectivity issues it's rarely the case. The most common problems are the router, ISP or underlying infrastructure (I think there was a point where all US traffic to EU was re-routed through China by some malicious third party for a while until it got spotted, so yeah, that can happen). If it happens for every game then the most likely culprits are your router or ISP. Try sending a ping to your router (normally it's either or, you can check what it is by running ipconfig in command prompt or powershell and checking the default gateway). See if you get any packet drops there. If you do then your router is having issues. Try rebooting your router as well and try pinging some website (like google or a local website). If you are getting drops to websites then it's possibly an ISP issue. You can raise the issue to them, they probably would help you with router issues as well.
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    Game crashed on startup everytime

    If a filing keeps going missing, check your antivirus and antimalware (or windows defender if you have no 3rd party softwre). Check the quarantine to see if the file could have been flagged as a false positive. If you are seeing that file in the quarantine, then try adding the PUBG folder to an exception list on the antivirus/antimalware and verify integrity again.
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    PLS help

    What kind of Antivirus Antimalware do you have if any? If you have something, you can try adding the folder to the exception list. Seems like the exe is missing, which would be caused by a false positive which ends up with the file in quarantine.
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    If only we had a sort of ping system to help with that... Sadly some people think it downplays their amazing "skill" of communication.
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    PUBG makes my PC shut down

    It's not necessarily due to PUBG. Are you sure it's not an issue with your hardware? Can you try to run a stress test? Possibilities include, but not limited to, power supply failure, CPU failure, motherboard failure. Starting PUBG and Battleye (along with a miriad of other anti-cheats) puts some strain on the CPU, so you might want to do a stress test on the CPU and see if it turns off under load.
  15. To avoid confusion, routing is essentially the path your packet takes from your machine to the game server. This is completely under the control of your ISP and the underlying internet infrastructure. PUBG has absolutely no control over how the packets from your PC go to the game server. What happens when you connect to a VPN: your ISP routes your packet up to the VPN gateway. Afterwards the VPN provider takes over and resends the packet and uses it's own connections. That can mean that they have their own internal MPLS line, so for them routing between some countries might be more direct or they have their routing tables sorted better than your ISP. That is the entire premise of "Gaming VPNs". If your ISP is decent at routing then a gaming VPN will not give you any benefit. The point is to give a gateway in your country so your ISP has little difficulties routing to it. After that they use their own internal network to reach a country where you are supposed to connect to and from there on it's their ISP that has to route to the game server. So a VPN can help in some cases, but with Oceanic there are lot more problems, player base being one of them. If I recall correctly the only real game mode properly available is TPP Squads, but someone from the region would be more suited to comment on that. If you are having troubles using 1 VPN provider you can try using multiple ones. Is the ISP the same for both you and your friend? Are you running on the same internal network? If yes then there might be an issue with buffer bloat or simply the router cannot handle both VPN connections at the same time.