Ever since the launch of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, it has been plagued with performance issues that have irked players. In a recent Steam post, PUBG Corp outlines upcoming performance fixes and how it has “fallen short” in the past.
The development team’s three biggest priorities are “performance, server-side optimization, and cheating.” Altering lighting effects so they can be better processed and changing how vehicles maneuver on different surfaces are two of the ways the team believes the game can reach better performance.
Player movement, animations, and character models will also receive adjustments in order to boost framerate. Sever-side optimization, reducing network latency, and tweaking item spawns are other fixes the team has planned. You can read the massive list of changes by heading here.
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