PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has been on the receiving end of criticism from its players when it comes to bugs and glitches in the game. Ever since the game launched, there have been bugs and glitches all over the map that concerned gameplay and performance. And when the game was removed from Early Access on Steam and launched officially in December 2017, people were not happy.
There was a general complaint about the game being not ready for launch since all the issues from the Early Access stage had not been ironed out yet. Though these complaints have gone down with time and the issues have decreased, a game breaking bug or glitch does pop up from time to time.
And it seems a new game breaking bug has been found in the game. The new bug is found in the new Sanhok map that the developers introduced last month, and essentially hides a player in the ground invisible from all the enemies around. The place where this can be found is in a compound called Na-Kham in the Sanhok map. There is a only one room in the compound and the ground around it is elevated.
As seen in the video above, the elevation does not register as solid ground and players can hide in it without being seen, while retaining the ability to shoot opponents from their prone position. This makes it extremely unfair because there is no way for the enemy to find out from where they are being shot at while the aggressor can.
PUBG Corp is yet to release a statement about this bug, but it should not take long for them to respond to such a game breaking bug.