PUBG's first patch on Xbox One takes aim at performance issues

by Edgar Hayes December 20, 2017, 1:24
PUBG's first patch on Xbox One takes aim at performance issues

The Xbox One version of PUBG isn't a looker, either, compared to PC, even on Xbox One X.

"We are glad players are enjoying PUBG in Xbox Game Preview and we appreciate all of the great feedback we've received", wrote the PUBG team on the game's forum.

PLAYERUNKNOWN himself, Brendan Greene, made a statement regarding the game recently via the official Mixer live stream. The same program is being offered on Steam with Early Access, which also offers PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. "This is humbling, so thank you all!" Overall, it's a damn good offer as its total value would be $580 for the same Xbox One X price of $500. The "Full Version" of the game is expected to launch sometime in 2018. One of the biggest criticisms of the game, especially compared to the more accessible Fortnite Battle Royale, is that PUBG's steep learning curve and the unforgiving structure of its lengthy multiplayer matches makes it hard to meaningfully improve. Many people would try the unfinished game before purchasing it. In it, the developers have fixed a number of small problems for the game and have started to address the visual and performance issues of the game.

"It's a little rough, right, but we want to work over the next coming months with the community, with Microsoft and really polish it off and really make the game run as smooth as we can across all consoles".


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