PUBG adding much-needed replay and killcam features this week

PUBG adding much-needed replay and killcam features this week

PUBG adding much-needed replay and killcam features this week

Microsoft is promoting the extremely popular game for the Xbox One by giving you a chance to win some pretty sweet prizes, including a trip to Hawaii!

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.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds launches the official 1.0 version on December 20th on PC, but Xbox One version is still in its Game Preview Program. Unfortunately, the game will not be released for the PS4 console as of this moment. Upon starting PUBG for Xbox One, players will now be prompted for 4.71 GB mandatory update.

"This is the start of the road for us". As ever, we'll keep you updated on that score.

"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. More than likely though, the patch has already automatically updated if your game is in standby mode.

Bluehole Inc, the developers of PUBG game has also announced that they would love to bring the game to as many platforms as they can in the future. And in anticipation of that milestone Nvidia took the time to detail just what you'll need to run PUBG on PC at a steady 60 fps with no dips below that number.

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.

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