PUBG'S Xbox One Patch Now Live

PUBG'S Xbox One Patch Now Live

PUBG'S Xbox One Patch Now Live

Over on the official forums for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, a new patch (and set of patch notes) was unveiled for the Xbox One version of PUBG, as developer PUBG Corps has been "working diligently to elevate the overall player experience" of the Game Preview version of the title on Xbox. The update is now on the test server. The update introduces two more loot crates with new clothing options, adds more cover to both maps, changes the look of the energy drink, builds upon anti-cheating measures, and more. "This means that you no longer need to be killed by a suspected cheater for you to be able to use the in-game reporting tool".

Having two new crates Desperado and Biker are the best things about the update.

Ars Technica crunched the numbers and reckons that on average, it will take a player buying the maximum of six crates a week 80 years to get an item with a 0.01 percent drop rate like the Sleeveless Biker Jacket.

Bluehole is also clamping down hard on cheaters, with players now able to report dodgy gamers in a more detailed manner utilising the replay system. Update 1.0 also works on game performance by offering more stability through various bug fixes and tweaks in performance.

If you're on the test server, you can share your feedback with the devs here. They are granted purely for the objective of testing, to make sure that everything stays stable once the test build is moved to the live servers. "We encourage you to use the replay report tool as it is an effective and efficient way of making us aware of the players who are undermining your enjoyment of the game", said the PUBG Community team in its Steam post.

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