>>719174>Of course they do. Are you for real mate? Read about hidden mechanics in games. You will be surprise how many stuff devs do for players.
In a single player game, yes I understand these things can happen. In an online multiplayer game, that absolutely 100% doesn't happen. Transparency and fairness are requirements to a successful multiplayer games longevity (except in some free to play games, where people may be able to buy advantages. Though that is still not the same as hidden systems for granting advantages). I can understand if bad players get favorable matchmaking or say the last player gets better items in mario kart, but they will never be given straight up stat boosts or given larger hitboxes. Someone would notice and start doing in game tests, make a youtube video about it, then there'd be a whole scandal about it.
So if you mean single player experiences, sure I get it. If you are making those claims for console/pc multiplayer experiences, then again, I request the evidence. I'm not gonna go out and do the research for you.>Oh, PUBG? In that case I can see what he said to be true but I don't get why would he be sad about it
It was Fortnite, but basically the same thing as PUBG so close enough. Yeah, I mean, I wouldn't be sad over losing the lotto or PUBG/Fortnite 200 times either, but I doubt he was really that sad in the first place. More just being overly dramatic.