Other issues such as analog movement and several bugs will also be addressed.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ Xbox One version is going to be receiving a new hotfix next week that will be addressing issues that Bluehole have seen popping up since the game’s previous hotfix went up recently. In a community weekly update on the PUBG forums, the developer gave the lay down on what exactly will be addressed in next week’s hotfix.
For starters, the upcoming patch will be fixing issues that many players have been facing that have to do with long pre-match loading times, which can either be something as simple as just long loading times, or something as extreme as players being kicked to the dashboard while they wait for a match to load. Meanwhile, analog movement will also be addressed, and next week’s patch will be increasing the angle movement in order to make the “zigzag” strategy easier to use.
One more major issue that the patch will be fixing is improving the frame rate of the game across both Xbox One versions of the game (base and One X), while other things such as desyncing, not being able to hear footsteps or vehicles at times, and not being able to enter vehicles at times will also be looked into.
You can read more detailed information on next week’s hotfix through the link provided above. Recently, the PC version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds also received a pretty meaty new update. Read more on that here.