PUBG is one of the most popular online multiplayer games. The game has a vast user base.
But similar to the other games, this game is also quite often in headlines for its issues, bugs, and service down. One such has again surfaced now.
If you are a PC player and wondering why PUBG is down for you, then we have some information for you.
In a twitter post, the PUBG support officially announced that downtime time for PC players has begun. The downtime of the game would be for a couple of hours.
“PC Players: Maintenance has now started and expected to last 7 hours. Update 6.3 bringing the Panzerfaust, weapon balance changes, custom match improvements, bug fixes, and more, will be available on completion of the maintenance.”
Also, the official twitter handle of support mentioned that there would be a server merger test for the console players.
The schedule for the test is as follows:
- PDT: March 18 7:00PM – 25th 7:00PM
- CET: March 19 3:00AM – 26th 3:00AM
- AEDT: March 19 1:00PM – 26th 1:00PM
The announcement is as follows “Console Players: Starting on March 19, 1 pm AEDT, we will be conducting a server merge test on a new server location to help improve the overall health of matchmaking in OC & AS regions.”
Console Players: Starting on March 19 1pm AEDT, we will be conducting a server merge test on a new server location to help improve the overall health of matchmaking in OC & AS regions. https://t.co/DpQRUVvvZk
— PUBG Support (@PUBG_Support) March 18, 2020
You may head here, to check out the live status of the PUBG server.