PUBG Corporation has announced that Update 10.3 for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is now available on PC. This patch features an assortment of performance upgrades and new features. These new features include a new Weapon Sound Selection system, some lighting improvements for Karakin, and team emotes.
Full PC patch notes can be found here. Below you can find its key features, as well as a patch report video.
PUBG Update 10.3 Key Features
- Karakin Map Improvements. Karakin has received a lighting pass, improving overall lighting and giving each area its own unique feel and tone. Additionally, general bug fixes across the map will improve the player experience.
- Weapon Sound Select System. Players can now select between original and remastered versions of select weapon sounds, including the M249, M416, Kar98k, and SKS. All players have to do is select their preference in the Settings Menu under the Audio tab.
- Emote With Your Squad Mates. Players can now use certain emotes together, in sync with teammates. Sync-up your emotes with players within a 15 meter radius of your character. Players can view each emote and the maximum number of players who can sync-up with you at once under Customization, Emotes, on the main menu.
- Reputation System Update. Introduced with Update 10.2, the reputation system was implemented to designate whether a player is well-mannered or not towards others. We’ve updated the system so that if players exit a match in the starting area, prior to boarding the plan, it will not negatively impact reputation (applicable only to normal games and not Ranked).
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