Just last week, Bluehole Studio’s popular battle royale title PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds released for the Xbox One, with its launch on the console being a huge success after hitting a player count of one million users in its first 48 hours on the platform. Of course, following its launch on Xbox One, PUBG‘s developers have been working tirelessly in order to ensure that the game runs smoothly on the system, with the console version having now received yet another update.
The latest Xbox One patch for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds doesn’t bring about any major fixes, but it does make a number of small improvements to the game in terms of optimization and crash reduction. More specifically, performance has been improved, sensitivity options have been expanded, weapon recoil has been reduced, and a few specific bugs have been addressed. Bearing this in mind, one could say that the most recent patch for the platform is basically focused on quality of life fixes. Those interested can find the patch notes in full right here.
When PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds first released for the Xbox One, the game encountered problems such as incredibly low frame rates, input lag, low resolution, and grainy textures. Soon after these issues transpired, PUBG‘s development team put out a patch that wound up fixing a litany of the bugs plaguing the title, and it applied overall visual and performance improvements.
Taking all of this into account, with a new stability update in place for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and considering the fact that the holidays are upon us, PUBG‘s development team definitely deserves a much-needed rest. Nevertheless, the developers intend on monitoring player feedback and addressing critical items over the break as needed. The team has also promised that the next patch will be available as early as next year.
PlayerUnknown‘s Battlegrounds is available now for PC and Xbox One.
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