Fans of the sensation that plunged the global gaming community into a battle royale frenzy will be happy to know that several serious developments are on the way over the next three months. The South Korean developer, PUBG Corp., has recently revealed plans to implement several major updates to PUBG in order to address a growing number of concerns from their player base.
PUBG Corporation has released a new major patch for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on test servers. According to the release notes, patch #19 adds bullet penetration system to arms and hands, improves colorblind settings and adds dynamic weather to Erangel and Miramar. Continue reading PUBG patch #19 adds dynamic weather and bullet penetration, improves performance and more
On Monday the 25th of June PUBG Corp., an organisation affiliated with Bluehole Inc. based in South Korea, officially declared their intention to drop a protracted lawsuit against Epic Games over allegations of copyright infringement. This comes after Bluehole had opened a court case in January against Epic Games claiming that their battle royale golden goose, Fortnite, had been created as an illegal replica of PUBG.
Bluehole has announced that an intense new smaller-scale map for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, called Sanhok, is currently available on the PC. Sanhok is a 4x4km map inspired by the islands of Southeast Asia and designed for speedier combat. Continue reading PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds – Intense new smaller-scale map, Sanhok, available now on the PC
Bluehole has released a new PC patch for PUBG that overhauls throwables, tunes weapon and attachment balance, and features a whole mess of performance improvements. This patch is available to download right now. Continue reading PUBG PC update #14 available for download, overhauls throwables and packs performance improvements
Bluehole has announced that it will be now focusing on improving overall performance, server-side optimizations, and addressing the cheating issues in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The developers have also admitted that they have failed to address complaints about performance, and that they haven’t done the best job of communicating about the changes they are making to the game. Continue reading PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds devs will now focus on performance, server-side optimization, and cheating
Bluehole has launched an open beta phase for the new jungle map “Sanhok” that is coming to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. This basically means that everyone who owns the game can find the Experimental Server, download the beta map and start playing it. Continue reading PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds – Jungle Map “Sanhok” playable in open beta, first screenshots
Bluehole has released a new major update for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. PC Patch 12 adds better in-game descriptions for all of the new grips and attachments, re-balances a lot of weapons, and adds a new weapon, a new vehicle for Miramar, and a ton of new weapon attachments. Continue reading Major update for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is now available to everyone
NVIDIA and Bluehole have revealed the first WIP screenshots for the new island that will be coming to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. This map will be 4x4km, meaning that it will be a much smaller map and should give players all a much more intense and faster paced Battle Royale experience. Continue reading Here are the first WIP screenshots for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ new island
Bluehole has released a brand new patch for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. According to the release notes, this patch replaces some fences in Miramar to unbreakable fences or walls in order to optimize the client and makes changes to prevent the reduced heal/boost time cheat. Continue reading PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Update #6 packs fixes & optimizations, new content to be unveiled in March