Activision’s take on battle royale seems to be siphoning players away from PUBG.
Maybe that can explain the drop in concurrent players!
Announcement incoming? Keep your fingers crossed...
The battlegrounds are growing significantly less crowded.
Lots of exciting new content on the way, including a game mode called Conquest, the Dihor Orok snow map, and a Night mode.
The update also brings performance improvements for the game on the Xbox One and Xbox One X.
Sanhok, War Mode, and custom games will be coming to Xbox One players in September.
The mobile version of the popular battle royale game crosses a significant milestone.
The patch is currently being tested on the Public Test Server.
Server performance issues, quality of life issues, anti-cheats, and much more to be addressed in next few months.
Other issues such as analog movement and several bugs will also be addressed.
Limb penetration, new deathmatch mode, performance upgrades, and more.
The developers also discussed the feedback received for the Sanhok map.
This patch left the Test Server on July 16 and it brings new weapons, weapon attachments, balance changes, and more.
PUBG Corp says custom matches will require an "extremely large amount of resources."
The test server will be up until July 16 and will allow the developers to identify and fix any issues with the new content and changes.
The highly requested addition should hit before too long.
PUBG is on iOS and Android, and has more users, and still doesn't make nearly as much money as Fortnite.
Will some optimizations bring you back to PUBG? The developers sure hope so.
The popular battle royale game now has over 8 million players on the Microsoft console.