Several technical issues have plagued the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Xbox One launch, but one of the more consistent problems happens as soon as matches start and players start jumping out of the airplane.
A growing concern for PUBG Corp.is that these new modes for singular maps, alongside the different modes introduced for first-person perspective and the original 3 different team modes could make it hard to find a sufficient amount of people to start a match during off-peak times, hence the delay in this feature. We're at the start of the Game Preview and if you look at the videos during Pre-Alpha, the game was rough on PC then. This feature is live now on the PUBG test servers.
Having pointed that out, there is technically a way to obtain PUBG for free but it involves buying the Xbox One X. Starting December 17th until the 31st, gamers who buy the upgraded console will get the game for free, Tech Times reports. While the Battle Royale element is not entirely new, PUBG brought it to a mainstream audience. The replay will be saved after the game has ended and can be accessed from the "Lobby Replays" menu.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds will be launching with a new 3D replay system and Killcam functionality, PUBG Corporation announced Monday. It even went on to be nominated for Game of the Year at Geoff Keighley's Game Awards 2017.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is getting a 3D replay and killcam feature
After PUBG launched on December 12th, many criticized the quality of the port to the Xbox One.
And one that will no doubt continue over the next few months, as PUBG continues to evolve on Xbox.
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