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It seems the makers of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds are feeling nostalgic for an earlier, simpler time, when they were still the most popular battle royale in the word. The latest PUBG limited-time Event Mode, Access Memories, aims to recreate the game's pre-launch rules and feel. So, for instance, the damage you take when in the blue zone doesn't increase based on your distance from the safe zone, and level-three helmets will still spawn as floor loot.

Here's the full list of Early Access Memories rules:

  • Game settings mimic the settings used during the Early Access period.
  • 100 Players across 25 teams on Erangel.
  • Level 3 Helmets spawn in world, while the Tommy Gun and Kar98k can also be found in care packages.
  • Camo-patterned jackets, as well as Ghillie suits, can be found in care packages.
  • Blue Zone damage is not amplified by distance from the safe zone.
  • Aquarails will not spawn
  • Weapon stats and vaulting mechanisms are the same as the current.
  • Additional items will spawn on the “Starting Island”.
  • 4-person squads only. Auto-matching can be set on/off
  • Weather is Sunny
  • Red zones are enabled
  • Care packages are enabled
  • Friendly fire is disabled

Unlike many PUBG Events, which often come and go without a lot of fanfare, I have a feeling Early Access Memories may end up being a permanent thing. PUBG has expanded and improved in number ways over the months, but some would argue it's lost a certain something along the way – perhaps this mode will recapture that magic?

Early Access Memories Event Mode is available now, and ends on August 19 at 7pm PT. The mode can be played in first-person and third-person in North America, Europe, and Australia, and third-person only in the rest of the world.

PUBG is available on PC, Xbox One, and mobile platforms.

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