Camera shake while riding passenger and other gameplay improvements are also live.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has received a new update for Xbox One, its sixth major update since launching on December 12th 2017 for Xbox Game Preview. It brings a number of improvements like optimizations, crash fixes, an updated game controller guide and the addition of auto-running. No more holding down the analog stick for running – simply double click L3 and you’re now automatically running.
Other bug fixes like adjusted collision for Military Base buildings, reduced camera shake when riding as a passenger in vehicles, the “A” button no longer refreshing game results and inventory character models going back to their normal stances have also been implemented. Check out the full patch notes below for more information.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has been more or less unstoppable in sales since launching in Steam Early Access last year. The Xbox One version has also notched up some impressive numbers, hitting over 1 million copies sold in the first 48 hours of release. It’s since crossed over 4 million players on Xbox One and PUBG Corp. is celebrating by distributing 30,000 Battle Points to all characters made before January 31st, 12 AM PST.
Continued optimizations and crash fixes
Game controller guide has been updated