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There was quite a stir amongst Indian players of Players Unknown Battleground (PUBG) when they received health reminder pop-ups on their screens, barring them from playing the popular game. The company on Saturday said it fixed the undisclosed issue.
Earlier, we saw there was an alert on PUBG users phone mentioning the health warning and some play time restrictions.
Though in a recent tweet by PUBG Mobile India official twitter handle we learned that it was not an officially introduced restriction( at the time being). The tweet quoted-
We're aware of the "Healthy Gaming System" issue that many of you are currently facing and we sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this has caused to you! Our development team is working to resolve the issue as soon as possible.— PUBG MOBILE INDIA (@PUBGMobile_IN) March 22, 2019
The above tweet by PUBG Mobile India official clearly shows that the playtime restrictions that some of the players got were not intentional. The developers further assured in their tweet that the issue was noticed by them and they are working on a way to resolve it.
It is believed that this issue has only impacted PUBG Mobile gamers in India. The Healthy Gameplay System Error also specified when should the user come back and play the game again. Many users have since posted screenshots of the pop-up shutting them out of the game with a timestamp when they should come back to resume gameplay.
There was no specific duration post which this pop-up appeared because some PUBG Mobile gamers in India claimed that this happened within 30. minutes of them starting to play the game.
The reason that caused the issue still remained unclear. The users on various social media platforms speculated that either this could be a test feature from the game developers themselves or caused by a software bug or hackers.