PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Dev Will Test Vaulting More in Early November

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Dev Will Test Vaulting More in Early November

All of this despite the fact that Battlegrounds recently courted controversy over its problematic loot crate system, which despite pushing all the profits from to tournaments and charities, the develo0per, Bluehole, did say would not take place until the game was officially released.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has been causing a stir since release, selling more than 10 million copies since entering Early Access and crossing over 1 million concurrent players on Steam. This has been a highly anticipated feature, as it allows players to hop and slide over in-game objects easily.

So with that in mind, a long period of testing is now scheduled for November and if needed, Bluehole may put vaulting on the PUBG test servers beforehand too in order to collect as much data as possible. However, nothing is set in stone yet as no changes have been made thus far.

"Sometimes people might speculate that, oh, we were doing this because of PUBG, [and] we just chuckle because we were in the meetings in February where we chose to do it".

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"But where we really focus [on] is what makes out game special and unique". The thick mist will engulf the map at random with the latest update, joining sunset and a torrential downpour as the three most interesting modifiers to your game.

We are aware that many players have been looking forward to trying it out. PUBG was pulling in new players week over week, but it never appeared as if those players were leaving KotK behind.

"We don't have a plan to increase at the moment", he said. The quality of water in Sea of Thieves is one of the best we have seen in recent times. In the meantime, it's back to playing the waiting game and hoping that Bluehole gets it (mostly) right before deploying. No doubt that it will make it a little bit hard for you to survive and kill, yet I believe must of you will appreciate a compelling gameplay from time to time. "Everyone should be paying attention to this genre, and to what H1Z1 is doing, and what any other [BR game] comes in and does". It's a big change and could have a big impact on how the game is played. "But we feel we have a great inside track in terms of how we do this last man standing genre".

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