Totally Accurate Battlegrounds is a super silly Battle Royale parody from Landfall Games (creators of Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, Stick Fight and Clustertruck), that’s packed full of ragdoll silliness and physics based oddity.

As you might expect from the makers of Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, Totally Accurate Battlegrounds isn’t exactly the most serious Battle Royale game on the market. It was originally intended to be released as an April fools joke but it took a little longer than expected to create (hence the June release).

It‘s a fully functional Battle Royale game at heart, with a massive array of weapons – from miniguns to katana swords and sees up to 180 players fighting to be the last one standing in it’s strange low poly battleground. There’s no mistaking it as anything other than a Landfall Games game though – thanks to the wonderfully wobbly TABS-esque character models and wonky physics, and it also has fun little touches like entering the island on a convoy of flying trucks.

Sure, Totally Accurate Battlegrounds may not be quite as refined as the likes of PUBG and Fortnite, but it’s great for a bit of physics based last man standing ragdoll hilarity. It’s only free to players who download it within the first 100 hours of release too – so get in quick!

Controls: WASD – Movement, E – Pointer, F – Grab Weapon/Equipment, Mouse – Look, LMB Fire, RMB – Aim

Available On: Windows (Steam)

Download Totally Accurate Battlegrounds Here – Only Free If You Get It Within The First 100 Hours