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  1. Stun grenade cause game to crash

    System: Windows 10 pro 1703 Build 15063.540 i-7 4790K not overclocked 16gb 1866mhz ram Nvidia gtx 1080TI OS and PUBG install on local drive, Crucial MX300 750gb Soundblaster recon3d fatality professional soundcard pcie all drivers up to date So the game crashes when stunned doesnt matter if its just enough to ring your ears. Players ingame know of this and are exploiting this issue for kills. I wasnt able to record but now I will try to. It did make my os crash by the way not just PUBG. I was able to get a glimpse of the error message and I saw reference memory unable and something.
  2. Stun grenade stuns through walls

    This is the second time that this has happened to me in the last two days. Stun grenades will stun you through walls or closed doors. I recorded it this time, see this gfycat: The other time it happened to me, I threw a stun grenade through a window, ran to a nearby door (closed) and waited outside for it to go off. I was stunned through the door and I definitely had no line of sight to the grenade. The same can be seen in the above gif.
  3. Stun Grenade Question

    Recently I've been getting killed a few times after being stunned while waiting for someone I heard mooching around me throwing one up the stairs. I was just wondering.. do I have to be behind a solid object to avoid being stunned? or can I simply just look in the opposite direction and be fine? I have yet to be stunned ever since I thought of this but if anyone knows that would be great.