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How to make movies with PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds replay mode


As regular viewers of our YouTube channel will know, myself and the rest of the video team are huge fans of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. It’s not just the game we’ve fallen in love with though, I’ve also been spending an unhealthy amount of my time with the Replay Mode.

Using this virtual theatre, players are able to re-watch past matches from whatever perspective they like, providing a great way to learn new tactics and flanking routes.

The Replay system serves another purpose though, that of making movies. I’ve already made two for our YouTube channel and you can find both embedded throughout this article.

Making these cinematic masterpieces was a lot of fun, but because PUBG’s replay system is a little janky, the learning process proved to be quite fiddly and very time consuming. So, in order to help all you aspiring filmmakers out there create your very own Oscar-worthy cinematics, here are 10 top tips for making movies in PUBG’s Replay mode.