PUBG PC was under maintenance for four hours to implement the bug fixes in the game. The maintenance is now over, and multiple changes are done to give a smoother experience to the players.
Implementations of bug fixes in the game PUBG PC are:
- The Medieval Helmet skin is not visible when female characters are wearing it.
- Now the players are able to incline in shallow water.
- The visual issue with particular pants skins are also now okay.
- The inconsistent icon sizes in the lobby are also changed.
PC Players: Live server maintenance is now complete. Multiple bug fixes have been implemented.
Matchmaking in the NA region has returned to all random mode to facilitate healthy matchmaking times. Karakin has been added to the random pool.https://t.co/0OpQFjtXGH
— PUBG Support (@PUBG_Support) February 5, 2020
Also, the patch update comes up with several modifications in the game.
The matchmaking system has got some alterations also. The North America region has returned to all random mode to facilitate good matchmaking times.
The Karakin is now added to the random selection of the map that means now players can also enter in it by quick join selection.
Apart from this, Chocotaco, the famous Twitch streamer, explains the matchmaking situation by giving the reply on the official PUBG PC Tweet:
He said that everyone seems to be mad, but he is all for this. He said that he feels like a lot of people are making the big deal of this update, which is not. He didn’t like some of the maps.
Moreover, global servers are now live, and players can now update the game to the latest version by the Steam application.
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