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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ Devs Aim to "Fix PUBG" Over Three-Month Roadmap

09 August 2018

PUBG Corp. has removed the option to place map markers in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds after the feature ran into controversy with the game's top players, it announced as part of the update notes for the upcoming patch 19 for the game's PC version. 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".

This is a phrase that we've been hearing a lot lately. The goal of the campaign is for developers to "be entirely focused on addressing problems with the game, including bugs, long-needed QoL improvements and fundamental performance improvements". While the average frames per second has steadily risen since launch, it would intermittently drop to below 60 roughly every 10 seconds, causing an annoying stutter effect.

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This is a continuation of the ping limits PUBG Corp. introduced a while back, but it also includes improvements to the MMR player rating logic that groups players together in the first place. A high tick rate is harder to keep up with, but makes player actions feel fast and accurate. After determining what the issue was that caused the load times to suffer, the team said that a solution was being worked on and would be implemented in a hotfix.

Play any online game and you're bound to find - or at least hear of - people cheating. "Now, the time it takes to load into a game will be quicker".

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Fans know it and developer PUBG Corp. know it, and now they're finally starting to do something about it.

You'll definitely want to check out the FIX PUBG roadmap on this category, as it's quite extensive. Squashing bugs will no doubt help too, so we'll have to just hope that things are going to get better in due course. '"Fix PUBG" is a months-long campaign to deliver the changes and improvements that you've been asking for.

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