PUBG dev launches 'Fix PUBG ' website to address longstanding bug complaints

Ceria Alfonso
Agosto 9, 2018

Instead of focusing on improving game stability or locking down on cheaters, PUBG Corp has seemingly been putting its efforts towards monetization of its highly popular "battle royale" game. But developer PUBG Corporation hopes to change all that with a new initiative named, appropriately enough, "FIX PUBG". "People who take a selfie with their ice cream and the van and post it online using the #PUBGVan hashtag will be entered into a competition to win prizes including Xbox Live codes, copies of PUBG and an Xbox One X, the most powerful console ever made".

"['Fix the game] is a phrase that we've been hearing a lot lately", reads a message on the site. The "Fix PUBG" campaign was announced on Steam and promises to fix not just the innumerable bugs and glitches but address performance issues and anti-cheat measures. 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". Simply put, the game still has many unresolved issues. "So we think it's time to do something about it".

Bluehole has rolled out a new Xbox PUBG hotfix that improves loading times and analog character movement.

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While I love the idea of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, the trickle feed of game updates has been really tough.

"We are targeting late Summer for Sanhok on Xbox One!" said a PUBG spokesperson.so that likely means we can see the game drop in August or September. While it may not retain parity with its PC brethren, Bluepoint Games and PUBG Corp has undoubtedly worked tirelessly over the past few months to bring the game up to scratch.

You'll be able to mute individual teammates while in-game. '"Fix PUBG" is a months-long campaign to deliver the changes and improvements that you've been asking for.

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