PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has launched its 'FIX PUBG' campaign to quell bugs

Doris Richards
August 9, 2018

Bugs, performance problems, and quality-of-life issues have been limiting PUBG's true potential, and you want it fixed. This will last at least three months, according to the website, with character optimisation, server performance profiling optimisation, PUBG's combined anti-cheat solution, smarter matchmaking and quality-of-life being the primary headlines lasting until October.

"'Fix the game.' This is a phrase we've been hearing a lot lately", the developer said in the announcement, noting that the online multiplayer title has "grown exponentially" after it was launched a year ago. "So we think its time to do something about it". While it may not retain parity with its PC brethren, Bluepoint Games and PUBG Corp has undoubtedly worked tirelessly over the past few months to bring the game up to scratch. Still, it's imperative to the survival of the game that PUBG Corp works on these issues sooner rather than later. The website discusses the campaign's general purpose-"fix the game" by making PUBG a "better, more stable and fairer game"-as well as offer more details about specific changes".

This is another item that'll take time to fix, as it involves increasing server tick rate, improving movement replication methods, and decreasing the number of players with high ping on the server.

Fans know it and developer PUBG Corp. know it, and now they're finally starting to do something about it.


There are also a couple of other interesting projects PUBG Corp.is working on, as part of the same roadmap.

Signing off, the post mentions that even after the campaign has run its course, PUBG Corp will still be taking feedback to ensure no further problems occur.

"We're dedicating the vast majority of our resources to addressing your issues with the game and implementing your suggested improvements", states the team, who intend to update the roadmap as they check things off.

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