PUBG developers embark on three-month ‘FIX PUBG’ campaign in which they are doing the fixing

Make no mistake: PUBG Corp. and Bluehole really do understand the flaws in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, and the studios are focusing on fixing them. That’s the takeaway from FIX PUBG, a splashy new campaign and landing page that lays out the battle plan for players. And I do mean a battle plan.

“Our dev team is gearing up for battle,” the devs write. “Our mission: Destroy bugs, deliver long-needed quality-of-life features, and take PUBG to the next level by shipping fundamental performance improvements. Throughout this campaign we’ll share specifics about what we’re working on and the expected time it’ll take to address the issues.”

Apparently, this focused effort is expected to last around three months, during which the teams are “dedicating the vast majority of [their] resources to addressing [player] issues with the game and implementing [players’] suggested improvements.” Everything from client performance and server performance to patching up cheats and fixing matchmaking once and for all is on the task list, drilled down to specific goals into October.

Source: Fix PUBG. Cheers, Kinya!
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partiesplayin

Well since ascent infinite realm beta is due out this year and which is in my opinion a better game all around I hope it this doesn’t delay it at all. A 3 month grind would put that into the middle of November. I’m hopefully to get to play AI:R this year.

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Bannex

Hey now! Gotta love it when people start doing their job!

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Weilan

I doubt PUGABUGA can be fixed, seems like a trash tier game to me that they ask money for. And on top of it all it’s battle royale, so there are two reasons why I don’t like this.

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PurpleCopper

a year too late, but whatever.

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Jack Pipsam

Seems like they’re taking heavy inspiration from Rainbow Six: Seige’s “Operation Health” campaign they did a while back.

But that’s a good thing, I wish more studios were willing to dedicate a period of time to just fix stuff and improve the backend code.
I wish many MMOs did the same.

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Greaterdivinity

If only there was some kind of pre-launch period in which people could get early access to the game to help address a lot of these issues!