Before, Australians and New Zealanders were forced to play on North American, European and Asian servers only.
Since its release for Xbox One, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has experienced numerous issues, including frame drops, textures not loading and plenty of glitches to go around.
According to PC Gamer, "PUBG" developer Bluehole originally planned for map selection to be random. This is just a first pass for visual and performance improvements, and it will likely take a series of updates before PUBG is as stable as players would like. There's no official word yet if a PS4 version is on the way.
"This is the start of the road for us".
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds First Update Improves Performance, Comparison Inside
"We are glad players are enjoying PUBG in Xbox Game Preview and we appreciate all of the great feedback we've received", explained PUBG community coordinator PUBG_Hawkinz in a forum post. The 1.0 PC version of "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" will come sometime before the year ends. Many people would try the unfinished game before purchasing it. So we would definitely get to see this game for the PS4 console, but again there is no any confirmation on this as of now.
PUBG has finally hit the Xbox One in its early access format.
Having pointed that out, there is technically a way to obtain PUBG for free but it involves buying the Xbox One X. Starting December 17th until the 31st, gamers who buy the upgraded console will get the game for free, Tech Times reports. The game is quite hard to look at when running on the Xbox One, and while it X model does a better job, the framerate regularly goes below 20 frames per second. Make sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments. You can even share your feedbacks as well.
Slain former National Basketball Association player's ex-wife arrested in connection to his murder
Police believe strongly that Wright-Robinson and co-conspirator Billy Turner previously tried to kill Wright . According to the Shelby County District Attorney General Sherra Wright-Robinson and Billy R.