Saturday, November 17, 2018

FIX PUBG Campaign Wraps Up

A three month long campaign to improve quality and fix bugs of PUBG has just been wrapped up recently.

Ever since online multiplayer battle royale game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has debuted, it has been constantly dealing with cheats and lots of in-game issues that made the fans repeatedly urge for PUBG Corporation to fix the game.

However, the studio stayed busy developing new content while releasing weekly patches and monthly updates to improve experience. To finally pay heed to these issues, the development team decided to start "FIX PUBG" campaign to prompt these tasks.

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FIX PUBG Campaign Wraps Up

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Executive Producer of the game, Taeseok Jang recently opened up about this initiative on Steam Community after wrapping up operation recently. This three-month long project worked on gameplay balance, fair play, performance issues and matchmaking to start with.

Although their work is done for now but it is not over yet as there will be further fixing process now that the game is on a more stable footing. After beginning in August, developers are hearing a lot of fan feedback for FIX PUBG.

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After working on sudden frame rate drops and improvement of the tick rate, the game feels a lot adjusted right now. Aside from tweaking all the existing systems and features, it also launched a brand-new Training Mode that everyone has been requesting for some time.

When the studio assigned all of their available resources to the task, they had to stop produce new content but upon resolving those issues, not only the game will have a better optimization but the developers will be able to release new contents more frequently.

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Lately, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds have left Early Access on Xbox One in September and brought in a new ranked system for players. Another big announcement was that PUBG is finally coming to PlayStation 4 on December 7, 2018.

Taeseok has assured that the development team will be working for both of these consoles on a same direction as PC to deliver the same great experience for all. Their attempt to provide a more refined system can even introduce cross-play among all platforms in the foreseeable future if all parties cooperate.