PUBG's 4.7GB patch fixes some visual issues on Xbox One

PUBG's 4.7GB patch fixes some visual issues on Xbox One

PUBG's 4.7GB patch fixes some visual issues on Xbox One

People playing PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) living in New Zealand and Australia will be happy to know that Oceanic servers are now available for the Xbox One version of the game. While players of this console version have already got handy features such as the ability to climb and vault low obstacles, other features now in the PC version haven't yet made their way to the Xbox One version.

It's no secret that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has plenty of performance issues on Xbox One, with constant frame-rate drops that occur in lots of critical situations.

Arguably one of the better improvements is that player icons are now more visible on the world map. Hopefully, we would see the same update for other consoles in the first quarter of the next year.

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"We are glad players are enjoying PUBG in Xbox Game Preview and we appreciate all of the great feedback we've received", explained PUBG community coordinator PUBG_Hawkinz in a forum post.

"PUBG" was released on the Xbox One on Tuesday, Dec.12. More than likely though, the patch has already automatically updated if your game is in standby mode. Are you happy with how both versions of PUBG have been developed? For a limited time, anyone who purchases an Xbox One X console will receive a download code for a free copy of the game. In Bluehole's test build patch notes released on Friday, Dec. 15, it seemed that they have been actually listening to "PUBG" players' feedbacks.

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