Published: Fri, August 10, 2018
Electronics | By Shannon Stone

PUBG Opens A Website Called "Fix PUBG"

PUBG Opens A Website Called

We already reported on the upcoming hotfix yesterday, and it appears that developer Bluehole has delivered - the patch is now being deployed.

"FIX PUBG" is a month-long campaign to deliver the changes and improvements that you've been asking for. This will last at least three months, according to the website, with character optimisation, server performance profiling optimisation, PUBG's combined anti-cheat solution, smarter matchmaking and quality-of-life being the primary headlines lasting until October. This map includes several vehicles which players can utilise including the six seater camper van, which the promo van touring the United Kingdom is based on. PUBG Corp. has been hearing those complaints, and now it's started a new Fix PUBG campaign to convince the wunderkind's players their complaints aren't falling on deaf ears. A low tick rate helps lessen strain, but can lead to a sub-par experience.

Loading, meanwhile, should be handled more efficiently by the game. This, as you might suspect, has a lot of players frustrated, and they've frequently stated their displeasure in a number of different forums, whether that's on Steam or over on Reddit.

You'll be able to mute individual teammates while in-game.

In an update to its developer post on Tuesday, PUBG Corp. put the ability to "place map markers without opening the map" under the "Removed from UI/UX" column without citing any reason. This kind of system should have been in use since the get go.

Are you happy to see an active roadmap for PUBG development?

Please whitelist us in your adblocker software so that we can continue to provide quality content. Animation fixes, HUD improvements, you name it - nearly every aspect of PUBG will be getting some sort of facelift over the coming months. It doesn't sound like the updates will be synchronous across platforms however, so Xbox players may need to wait a little bit until the devs are happy with the PC state following each batch of fixes.

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