This time last year, it was PUBG that set the records and received the most attention in the Battle Royale genre, but now Fortnite dominates in almost every way. Part of what makes Fortnite so appealing is that Epic Games Updates and the game's on an almost constant basis with new content and enhancements that encourage players to come back to see what's new and improved , And that, in turn, drives more people to spend money on the microtransactions of the free-to-play game, which were supposedly incredibly lucrative. PUBG is also updated regularly, but now developer PUBG Corp. has confirms that the game is in some ways "under-powered".
In a recent blog post, the studio said it was due to hiring as part of its effort to invest in [PUBG̵
"Although we've brought some significant improvements to PUBG, we've fallen short in other ways," said the developer. Players have rightly called us not to consider the complaints about performance, and lately we have not done the best job of communicating about the changes we are making to the game. "
To this The first in a series of "Dev Letters," which aims to give the community an overview of what's going on in the studio and what s expect from PUBG.
The full blog post is very detailed and in detail a reading for PUBG fans. In short, the company has listed three main priorities to which PUBG Corp. focus in the future: performance, server-side optimization and fraud.
Looking to the future, the new map Sanhok should be available live in the PUBG server "before the end of June." After that, the studio will receive new vehicles and a gun that will be exclusive to Sanhok.
"We will be reporting a lot more about the other goodies coming to Sanhok in the coming weeks," the developer said. "There is so much work we need to do to really use the potential of PUBG."
While PUBG may not be as popular as it once was, it remains an absolute juggernaut. It had more than 1.5 million concurrent players on Steam today, putting it firmly on top of Steam's most-played game charts. This number has dropped from a record high of around 3 million. The game is also on Xbox One and Mobile, where it is also incredibly popular.
To learn more about the Battle Royale genre, check out GameSpot's latest feature, "Battle Royale Games Explained: Fortnite, PUBG, and The History Of A New." "