PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is one of the most acclaimed battle royale game. PUBG PC was developed and published by PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean video game company Bluehole. The developers of PUBG created the game based on the inspiration they gathered from mods developed for other games by Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene.
PUBG was released for Windows in March 2017 via Steam’s early access beta program. Subsequently, the game was also released for Xbox One and PS4 and the PUBG Corporation launched a mobile version for Android and iOS.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds received a lot of praise ever since its release. Critics and players alike claim it is one of the best battle royale game out there, with more than fifty million copies sold all over the world by June 2018.
Recently, PUBG Corporation announced the release of a brand new patch for the PC version of the game. The patch brings exciting news, modifying features while also adding new ones. Below, you’ll find a list of the most interesting features the latest PUBG PC patch brings.
PUBG PC Patch Brings Lots Of New Features And Gameplay Tweaks
Players now have the option of jumping from roof to roof thanks to the new Ledge grab feature.
This has been a feature that players have been requesting for some time. Before, players had to take out their mics and deliver messages. However, in the mobile version of the game, short messages can be sent in-game. The new patch brings the same feature to the PUBG PC version.
Gas Cans Damage
Gas cans now explode after being shot and they can deal severe damage to anyone near them. Therefore, now players can use gas cans as explosives.
BRDM-2 is the brand new mini tank that spices up the game. This vehicle can endure up to 2500 HP of damage, so it offers better protection than other vehicles.
Killing enemies is now easier in PUBG PC, thanks to this new feature that estimates the distance of your target after his neutralization. The distance will appear in the kill notification.
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