Patch Notes


Just like any other online game, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds gets updated frequently to keep the balance. Also to keep the bugs and any other issues away from the game. So far there have been 26 full updates. Sure there have been many additions to the game since it’s release such as 3 more maps, more weapons and other items that came along with it but most of the major updates of PUBG have focused on anticheat, bugs and performance issues.

PUBG has suffered from bugs and performance issues a lot in the past especially on the XBOX version of the game. Since the early access from Microsoft’s Game Preview program, major updates have been happening and it took developers almost a year to come up with a full release on both XBOX and PS4. Though the PS4 runs very smooth with no major bugs or any performance issues at all, XBOX users seem to have suffered the most.

For the most part, PUBG runs very smooth on all the platforms. There aren’t any problems that players encounter with for the most part. PUBG seems to have a pretty clear future since each update gets better for both developers and players.

You can check out all the updates from the patch notes archive from PUBG official website,

Patch Notes Archive

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