Playerunknown's Battlegrounds has received its first patch for the Xbox One version available in Game Preview. Although it aims to solve some issues with the game, it's likely that there will still be some framerate issues and visual performance problems. While players of this console version have already got handy features such as the ability to climb and vault low obstacles, other features now in the PC version haven't yet made their way to the Xbox One version.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is a console launch exclusive on Xbox One and it is now a part of the game preview program which allows developers to release early build of their games.
So, how do you enter the contest? Controls on the motorcycle are thankfully not inverted anymore, and keyboard functionality is not officially disabled, so everyone must play with a controller now.
Released a week ago today, the Xbox One version of PUBG has been both a success and a failure. Hopefully, we would see the same update for other consoles in the first quarter of the next year. With a 1070 required for 1440p res and a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti required for 4K PUBG.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Getting 3D Replay and Killcam in Version 1.0
Curtains should no longer block line-of-sight for players in third-person mode.
Typo fixed in the controller guide. "Xbox fan excitement for the launch has been incredible, with more than 1 million players on Xbox One in its first 48 hours alone". 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. If that doesn't work, you can check for updates manually by highlighting PUBG and pressing the menu button and selecting the correct option. You can read the full patch notes on the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds official forums here.
After trying this, several people posted their results on Reddit, and it seems disabling the feature does indeed result in a more stable frame-rate.
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