PUBG has an open toxicity rating for each player

We now each have a toxicity rating in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Battle Royale. The game has a reputation system that evaluates users on a six-point scale. Toxic players get zero, and good players get five.

We know that passions can run high during matches, but toxic behavior is never justified. Your reputation level will naturally increase as you play, as long as you do not exhibit toxic or otherwise inappropriate behavior.

It looks like user complaints will influence reputation the most. Reporting insults, killing party mates, or creating difficulties during the game will greatly reduce the player's reputation. Leaving matches and not returning to them multiple times will also affect the rating.

The only sure way to raise your reputation is to play matches and behave yourself. All players will start at the second level of reputation. This rating will be displayed when searching for teams so that everyone can know who they will play with.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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