PUBG is set to receive some new features and a number of bug fixes with its upcoming update 20. The game developer took to Steam Community to announce the details of the new features and bugs that it is planning to fix in the coming update. According to the post on Steam Community, it looks like most of these bugs were reported through FIX PUBG, a new portal that was set up so that gamers can report “long-standing” problems with the game along with any requests that would improve the quality of the game.
The post pointed out that the developers had fixed “a slew” of these issues in the previously announced Update 20. It also added that the developers are adding a separate section in the patch description to deal with the issues that were reported through FIX PUBG. Similar to previous updates, the developers will first add these fixes and changes to the test server and then apply them “to the live server at a later date” to ensure that there are no hidden serious issues that could cripple the entire game.
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According to the post, the developers will implement a number of new improvements and content that was suggested through FIX PUBG along with a new weapon Beryl M762, the scooter, a new Sanhok exclusive vehicle. The developers pointed out that the scooter is set to replace motorbikes on Sanhok. Other changes include bringing the camera position setting in the Third Person Perspective (TPP). This also improved the camera position settings while improving the system to improve how cheating in the game.
The update also reduces the requirement of minimum players from 10 to 8 for custom matches. Update 20 has also improved the user interface and the user experience for PUBG gamers. The post also added that there may be additional changes in the update based on the user feedback before the update is applied to live servers. If you want to check details about all the changes that are coming in the update then you can visit the Steam community page for PUBG.