If you were an avid PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds player who enjoyed the game but moved on over bug and hacker-related frustrations, then PUBG Corp. hears you loud and clear. This includes a number of different over-arching categories which include things like anti-cheat, matchmaking issues, Bugs to squash, server performance, and client performance.
"We're putting out a hotfix today to improve directional sprinting and loading times when entering matches", reads a post from the developer. The company's keen to make it clear that there'll be an ongoing dedication to improving the game even after the campaign ends.
"The official site begins with a strong acknowledgement of players' frustrations: "'FIX THE GAME.' This is a phrase that we've been hearing a lot lately. In a tweet announcing its plans, PUBG Corporation said that its new campaign will be "entirely focused on addressing bugs, quality-of-life improvements, and fundamental performance improvements".
Last week, PUBG Corp. issued a statement about when we could see the next map drop on Xbox One consoles, too.
Quality-of-life improvements are coming to colorblind mode. This problem is caused by wide differences in ping between the dueling players and poor server tick rate, and PUBG Corp is planning to work on both during the course of this campaign. In the recent announcement, the studio states it "hasn't always been able to meet expectations." and acknowledges that the game still has many unresolved issues.
Graphics "sharpening" will be added as separate toggle in the settings.
Additionally, PUBG will also get quality-of-life-improvements, including knee penetration, dynamic weather effects and more.
You'll be able to adjust your FPS cap (including by setting it to "uncapped").