PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is due for its big monthly update and this one might be one of the best one’s yet, adding 1st person servers, field of view slider and performance optimisations.
Controversy is currently following PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds as recently they have had quite a lot of backlash from their audience about their recent update regarding paid cosmetics being added to the game. Brendan ‘PlayerUnknown’ Greene has now openly apologized to his massive audience in the official Steam dev blog for the way the announcement was made and also delves deeper into how the system will work. More importantly, Brendan also released the patch notes for the 4th monthly update.
“I must admit that our messaging wasn’t very clear, so I extend my sincere apologies for the confusion caused. The process of communicating our intentions precisely to our fans and communities should have been done in a more careful and prudent manner. I’ve learned a lot, and we’ll try to communicate better moving forward. “
This monthly update has targeted majority of the game, fixing general server optimization, client optimization, adding new items and pushing the new 1st person servers onto the test servers.
The 1st Person servers will be added to the live game later on in the week when it is updated.