Today BlueHole Studios opened a website titled "Fix PUBG" dedicated to a roadmap for the implementation of numerous requests made by players in order to improve the popular battle royale game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. PUBG Corp. has been hearing those complaints, and now it's started a new Fix PUBG campaign to convince the wunderkind's players their complaints aren't falling on deaf ears. The website discusses the campaign's general purpose-"fix the game" by making PUBG a "better, more stable and fairer game"-as well as offer more details about specific changes".
As usual, the new patch targets issues players have noted with the game and seeks to address them - the two main targets this time are directional sprinting (addressing something that was introduced in a previous patch) and loading times when entering matches. "You've stuck with us, and now it's time for us to deliver the fixes you've been asking for".
For those who don't play PUBG, Miramar is the latest map available on the Xbox version of the game. With average fps now at 60 or higher, PUBG Corp. will be looking to reduce hitches. A quick glance shows some confusing graphs, but highlights that PUBG Corp is aware of things like server stability, geometry streaming, anti-cheat implementation and bug fixing.
You'll be able to mute individual teammates while in-game.
Quality-of-life improvements are also coming to loot stack splitting (more control).
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is available now for Android, iOS, PC, and Xbox One. Or at least get fixed.
Signing off, the post mentions that even after the campaign has run its course, PUBG Corp will still be taking feedback to ensure no further problems occur. It's refreshing to see a company be so transparent about its game's problems and exactly how it plans to fix them, as well as when. PUBG needs a lot of attention and I'm happy that it is finally getting it.