New PUBG Xbox One Patch Will Focus On Stabilization, Coming Soon
When PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds first entered Steam’s early access program last year it was an absolute mess of a game, riddled with bugs and issues that required nearly constant attention from the developer. The Xbox One Game Preview version of the title has been suffering many of the same issues the PC version of the game had when it was first released, though unfortunately PUBG Corp has been taking a rather quiet stance on sharing information in regards to upcoming patch notes and fixes on the way. Thankfully, PUBG Corp has broken its silence and issued an apologetic statement, wherein the developer also detailed what to expect from the next PUBG Xbox one patch.
PUBG Corp issued a statement over on the PUBG Xbox One subreddit addressing players’ frustrations with the recent drop in communication. “Over the last few days, we’ve seen some frustration from you as we haven’t provided an update on the next patch,” the statement reads. “We truly understand your frustration but please know that our dev team has been working on it everyday in the last few weeks!”
According to the developer, the upcoming PUBG Xbox One patch – which has yet to officially be announced – will focus on some much needed optimization and stability improvements, while also addressing multiple quality of life fixes. Here’s the rest of the statement from PUBG Corp:
Our number one priority is optimization and improving stability of PUBG on Xbox Game Preview. So you will see some meaningful improvements along with some quality of life fixes in the next patch.
We understand that it can be frustrating to not get a patch or an update for over two weeks when we used to do weekly patches. But we want to make sure that we release a stable patch and make sure it improves your PUBG experience.
SO please stay tuned and continue to give us your feedback!”
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is now available on PC and Xbox One. A recent developer roadmap has revealed that the team is working on a third map, which will be released at some point this year.
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