Totally Accurate Battlegrounds official artwork and logo

Totally Accurate Battlegrounds, from the developers behind Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, is essentially a parody of the Battle Royale genre. However, while everything surrounding TABG is intentionally goofy and stupid, it's also a surprisingly fun little shooter with some interesting locations to duke it out in.

Sadly, as is often the case with indie games, the moment it faded away from the spotlight was also the moment the playerbase pretty much vanished. And since a Battle Royale game without a sizable playerbase is basically not a game at all, things weren't exactly looking good for TABG.

Usually that would be where the story ends, as is quite apparent given the ever-increasing mountain of dead Battle Royale games over at Steam, but there is a bit of hope on the horizon for TABG as its development has now been resumed, albeit in a rather small capacity. The details are still few and far between, but Landfall Games are currently working on a brand new and more optimized map, a free-to-play update, as well as finishing the new Brawl mode.

I'd love to tell you more, but I'm afraid that's pretty much it for right now. That said, you can check out how the new map is progressing, as well as keep an eye on any further updates, over at Steam.