PUBG (PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds) is superlative on Android and iOS. Nevertheless the variation of the game on PC and Xbox One leaves a lot to be wanted, particularly the former. With bugs, problems, and inconsistent frame-rate even on high-end PC setups, PUBG PC is a mess. Finally, PUBG designer PUBG Corp has admitted that this holds true and has laid out strategies to fix this with the aptly entitled Fix PUBG programme. It’s a months-long process that will see a selection of updates and repairs to the popular fight royale shooter.
‘Fix the game’. This is a phrase that we’ve been hearing a lot recently. Bugs, efficiency issues, and quality-of-life concerns have actually been limiting PUBG’s real potential, and you want it fixed.
So we think it’s time to do something about it. ‘Fix PUBG’ is a months-long campaign to deliver the changes and improvements that you’ve been requesting. We’ve produced a roadmap with particular information about our plans, and we plan to update it as we go, inspecting things off as we provide on our guarantees,” checks out a page on the company’s website.
Improvements consist of robust anti-cheat steps, much better memory optimisation, reduced network delays, and many others, which you can check out on the Fix PUBG page. It appears that PUBG Corp is making an effort to resolve these issues what with Fortnite along with other games with fight royale modes such as Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Battlefield V attempt to steal the spotlight from exactly what is presently the most popular fight royale shooter on PC.
“Throughout the next three months, we’re dedicating the vast majority of our resources to resolving your problems with the video game and implementing your suggested enhancements. Obviously, our devotion to improving PUBG will continue, after the Fix PUBG campaign is over. We hope you’ll continue sticking to us,” the company claims.
Inning accordance with a report from SuperData, Fortnite continues to dominate the console charts. This is in sharp contrast to its fortunes on PC that has actually seen PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) take the lead thanks to the video game being on sale for the first time ever leading to 4.7 million new systems sold. Nevertheless the number one earner on the PC charts continues to be Riot Games’ League of Legends.
“PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds gets substantial bump from Steam sale. PUBG sold 4.7 million units on PC in June, up substantially from May and only second to its peak month in October 2017. Growth was underpinned by a lowered price point of $19.99 on Steam,” the post from SuperData reads.tech news follow EPICdigest on Twitter, Facebook, or Apple News.