PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) picks up bug fixes & more in 2nd Xbox One update

Brad Stephenson

PlayerUnknown's Battleground on Xbox One

The incredibly popular video game, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (a.k.a. PUBG), has just rolled out another update for Xbox One users who are playing the console’s Preview, open beta, version.

This second update for the Xbox One version aims to fix a lot of the game crashing that testers had been experiencing as well as improving the visuals which had been heavily criticised on the Xbox One by those who had previously played the PC version. Here’s the full release notes.


Continued performance optimizations


The tuning range for the general sensitivity option has been expanded

Weapon recoil reduced across the board (Xbox Only)

Team UI will now correctly display voice chat status

Additional Localization updates


A variety of crash fixes

Fixed an issue where casting bar UI remains onscreen when spectating a target who died while using an item from their inventory

Despite being a paid title on the Xbox One, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is still very much in development and players should expect as much when playing it. The game still isn’t as solid as its PC original version and glitches are to be expected.

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