More so with it hitting one million players in 48 hours on the Xbox One.
After just a week in Game Preview on Xbox One, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is poised to benefit from its first patch. One of the biggest criticisms of the game is that PUBG's steep learning curve and the unforgiving structure on how long the games lasts while in a match and makes things very hard for improvement.More news: Evan Longoria, the Rays' Stalwart, Is Traded to the Giants
"Over 1M players tried @PUBATTLEGROUNDS within 48hrs of launch on @Xbox Game Preview!" Today, the developers revealed they are partnering with Seoul-based game technology company Minkonet to add 3D Replay and Killcam features to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds when it officially launches on December 20. Many people would try the unfinished game before purchasing it.
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For more on PUBG, be sure to search for Twinfinite. So there is a gap between the release of this game for PS4 console and we may not get to see this game earlier for the Sony's PlayStation 4 console.
From what we've seen of the game running on both the Xbox One and Xbox One X, it's clear that Brendan Greene's quote is an understatement. For the full list of rules and ways to enter, you can find the link here.More news: WWE announce details regarding first ever Women's Royal Rumble match
PUBG's animations aren't the smoothest in general, but there were some issues specific to the Xbox One version that have been fixed with this patch. Do share your thoughts and opinions about this in front of us.