Last August, PUBG Corp launched the Fix PUBG campaign to improve the performance of its renowned PlayerUnknown & # 8217; s Battlegrounds. According to what was announced by the executive producer Taeseok Jang, we can consider this phase completed, because c & amp; # 8217 is more: throughout 2019, the team wants to focus on the quality and stability of the game, rather than the amount of content .
In an open letter to fans, appearing on the PlayerUnknown & # 8217; s Battlegrounds site, Jang listed the improvements that came during the Fix PUBG campaign, but also noted that there is still a lot of work to do: It is still necessary to optimize the movements of the characters, for example: each operation will have the time necessary to solve it and, only after a test phase for stability, it will be integrated for the general public.
Another thing that developers will put hand on will be the matchmaking, which will have to find a better balance: you will meet players with a ping similar to your own, but you will also have the opportunity to choose according to your judgment who could be your ideal opponents. Also, they should increase the information that will be shown while you are in the queue for matchmaking.
That’s not all: there will be news for the user interface, always in the matchmaking, and will continue the war on the cheaters Ã¢ â‚¬ “with also new systems in development that will prevent those who want to cheat to participate in the challenges.
All of these plans are already confirmed for the PC edition of the game, but Jang has already made it clear that there will also be improvements on consoles (including PS4, where the game will land in December).
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