You can download Totally Accurate Battlegrounds for free during the first 100 hours of the game’s launch. No joke. Just head on over to the Steam store page and click that big green button begging you to touch it like that time you went over to your best friend’s mom house when her husband was out of town on a week long business trip and she wanted you to try her special muffin.
The game is a physics-based romp through a huge, open-world sandbox featuring a lot of the ridiculous over-the-top antics that you may have come to expect from the Totally Accurate series of games from Swedish developer Landfall.
Totally Accurate Battlegrounds is the developer’s way of paying homage to PUBG Corporation’s PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, since it was a game that they claimed to enjoy playing endlessly and tirelessly during lunch breaks. Although, I don’t know if making a physics-based imitation of PUBG Corp’s title is the best move given that creative director Brendan Greene seems to get easily butthurt and doesn’t mind suing competitors like a spoiled kid who goes around knocking over lunch trays when he finds out that his classmates are eating Gushers during their lunch period while he’s stuck with Fruit Roll-Ups.
Anyway, you can check out the gameplay trailer below for Totally Accurate Battlegrounds, featuring some silly, physics-based antics as players flop, flip, and topple around both on foot and in vehicles in order to become the last wobbly-legged entity standing.
Much like Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, you’re able to customize your unit and turn it into whatever you want. This includes dressing your character up like a soldier, or a house maid, or a cop, or a bartender, or that roommate that you used to have that was a vegan who used to leave the bathroom looking and smelling like a liquid fungal infection had spread like some sort of alien virus. The sky is the limit, hombre, so have fun.
Much like Fortnite or PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds the object of the game is to get your hands on a big gun and kill everyone else before they find and kill you. No different than if you illegally hopped the border and found yourself in a detention center.
Totally Accurate Battlegrounds originally started as a April Fool’s joke but eventually morphed into its own game. As mentioned at the top of the article you can get your hands on this wobbly masterpiece for free for the first 100 hours of the game’s release. After that you’ll have to pony up $4.99 if you want to purchase the game and own it.
For more info feel free to visit the official website.