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PUBG Corp. has promised to put a greater emphasis on performance, anti-cheat, and bug fixes in future PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds updates.

“Our goal is to always work to give you a better battle royale experience. To do that, we know that we have to ship more performance improvements and additional bug fixes,” the developer explained. “We agree with the criticisms of the game that many of you have made recently, including comments that our efforts need to be more effective and that the game still needs more improvement. We greatly appreciate this feedback and we know that all of it comes from a place of support and love for PUBG.”

To achieve this, the developer is currently drawing up plans to resolve a number of issues that are currently plaguing the game, with priorities being placed on server performance, client-side performance, anti-cheat, and bugs. PUBG Corp. adds that new content will continue to be released over the next few weeks in the run up to the PGI tournament, but focus will shift after the tournament.

As for actual updates, a new patch has been pushed to the test server that improves off-road driving performance of the pickup truck and fixes a few bugs. Read the patch notes below:

Gameplay

  • Improved off-road driving performance of the pickup truck.
  • The iron sight default zeroing for all SMGs is now 100m.
  • The crossbow’s zeroing will always be 25m even with a scope attached.

Bugfixes

  • Fixed an issue with the wrong 4x scope (ACOG) reticle was used on the SLR. A cross type reticle is now used, instead of the chevron.
  • Fixed an issue preventing you from being able to aim right away after switching over from the driver’s seat.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is available now on Xbox One and PC.

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PUBG will prioritize performance, anti-cheat, and bugs

Future updates for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds will focus on performance and fixes, instead of content.

By Matthew Bennett | 07/11/2018 07:41 AM PT

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PUBG Corp. has promised to put a greater emphasis on performance, anti-cheat, and bug fixes in future PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds updates.

“Our goal is to always work to give you a better battle royale experience. To do that, we know that we have to ship more performance improvements and additional bug fixes,” the developer explained. “We agree with the criticisms of the game that many of you have made recently, including comments that our efforts need to be more effective and that the game still needs more improvement. We greatly appreciate this feedback and we know that all of it comes from a place of support and love for PUBG.”

To achieve this, the developer is currently drawing up plans to resolve a number of issues that are currently plaguing the game, with priorities being placed on server performance, client-side performance, anti-cheat, and bugs. PUBG Corp. adds that new content will continue to be released over the next few weeks in the run up to the PGI tournament, but focus will shift after the tournament.

As for actual updates, a new patch has been pushed to the test server that improves off-road driving performance of the pickup truck and fixes a few bugs. Read the patch notes below:

Gameplay

  • Improved off-road driving performance of the pickup truck.
  • The iron sight default zeroing for all SMGs is now 100m.
  • The crossbow’s zeroing will always be 25m even with a scope attached.

Bugfixes

  • Fixed an issue with the wrong 4x scope (ACOG) reticle was used on the SLR. A cross type reticle is now used, instead of the chevron.
  • Fixed an issue preventing you from being able to aim right away after switching over from the driver’s seat.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is available now on Xbox One and PC.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89