Earlier today it was noticed that the servers for popular PC gaming title PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds were taken offline, leaving gamers unable to play the game for roughly an hour, however, it seems that the downtime was due to the latest rollout of weekly updates for the early access title.
The latest update is the 26th addition to the title since it first opened in early access on Steam and now that developers Bluehole Inc. have released into the game to improve the gameplay of the title and we can now see what changes have been made following an update being added to the changelog for the game.
The update is said to weigh in about 1GB and contains a number of subtle changes to the game in order to put minor issues straight, including the deployment of the much-anticipated desert map and it has been revealed that a new night-mode will be coming to the game shortly.
What are the changes that happened in the 26th update to PUBG?
- Added the following feature to the Map Help section on the World Map: Marking your character’s current position (Default key set to Insert)
- You may no longer modify ini files to set a key bind for multiple actions on the same key
- Fixed a bug that enabled angled foregrip to attach to Tommy Gun
- Fixed a graphic bug regarding building locations
- Fixed an animation bug that appeared when a character used healing or boosting items in the driver’s seat
- Fixed a bug that did not cancel a player’s reload if the character was knocked out during the reload
- Fixed a bug where an uncooked grenade could explode if a character was knocked out while holding it
- Fixed a graphic bug that would cause a black box texture to appear while scoped when Anti-Aliasing was set to Low or Very Low in the Settings