A new update is now available to download and install on your Xbox One X for the hugely popular PlayerUnknown Battlefields, Battle Royale style shooter which is taken both PC and now Xbox consoles by storm. With over 2 million players simultaneously recorded playing on PC via the Steam games network. Since its launch on the Xbox platform, PUBG has suffered from some glitches and performance issues which are slowly being corrected by the game’s developers. If you are interested in learning more about what performance you can expect after installing the latest update, that is rolling out automatically to PUBG installs worldwide now, check out the video below created by the team over at Gamespot.
If you are interested in learning more about the issues that were experienced after its launch on the Xbox platform jump over to our previous article during which the team at Digital Foundry tested the performance of the Xbox PUBG version shortly after its release, and again after the first couple of updates had been rolled out. The latest update is expected to make enhancements and changes to the frame rates for players on the Xbox platform, as well as providing a wealth of new tweaks two correct glitches that have been degrading gameplay for some PUBG players.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is a multiplayer online Battle Royale game that can be played in either first person or third person views and has been developed and published by PUBG Corporation. Allowing up to 100 players to battle it out on huge maps which decrease in size as the game time ticks by. Players have to battle it out until only one player, or one team remains depending on the mode. The game has been built on unreal engine 4 and is currently available on PC and Xbox platforms.
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