Official PUBG Twitter Announces New Plans To ’Fix The Game’ 

PUBG is one of the biggest battle royale games on the planet, but with tough competition from the likes of Fortnite, the game has slipped in its rating. 

The game’s Steam page currently boasts a “Mostly Negative” rating on its recent reviews as PUBG has come under fire in recent months for its bugs, frame rate issues and general performance problems. 

Fans have been crying out for the game to be ‘fixed,’ and it looks like the developers behind the online multiplayer are now taking note of what gamers want. 

Taking to Twitter, the official PUBG account tweeted: “’Fix the Game.’ This is a phrase we’ve been hearing a lot lately. So today, we’re announcing a new campaign entirely focused on addressing bugs, quality-of-life improvements, and fundamental performance improvements. 

“Learn more:” 

The website lists absolutely loads of errors and the plans in place to get them resolved for players.  

One of the biggest issues for lots of PUBG players is the frame rate, which is something that’s listed on the website, where it states: “The average FPS for players has seen improvements since Q1 2018, yielding an average 60 FPS on minimum system requirements and 80 FPS on recommended systems. The problem is that FPS would intermittently drop under 60 about every 10 seconds on average, which significantly harms your experience.

“Until now, we have been concentrating on increasing the average FPS rate, which we have been able to achieve. From this point onward, we will be working on fixing sudden frame drops, otherwise known as hitching.” 

Other problems in the process of being fixed include level streaming optimisation and effect optimisation. 

You can check out the full details on the official Fix PUBG page right here. 

What do you think about PUBG’s fix-it plans? Will you be playing if these issues and bugs are resolved?