PUBG Officially Leaves Early Access, Here’s What’s New In Its 1.0 Release
PUBG’s 1.0 release brings many new game mechanics to the main game, including climbing and vaulting, which the game’s creator says “will change the game severely.” The new release also marks the debut of the new desert map called Miramar, which was recently available to try on PUBG’s test servers. Players will find new types of obstacles, weapons, and vehicles in Miramar that will affect how you approach the game.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds first hit Early Access nine months ago, and has become a major success since then. The game launched on Xbox One earlier this month, available for $30 via the Xbox Game Preview program, and attracted more than 1 million players in its first 48 hours on the console. That version received its first patch earlier this week, which made “first pass” improvements to its visuals and performance and squashed a number of bugs. For details on everything new and improved in PUBG’s 1.0 PC launch, you can read the full patch notes.
Source:: Gamestop News