PUBG Addresses Weapon Balancing Issues With Update 16.1
Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds received a major update on PlayStation, Xbox and PC to address a number of game-breaking issues.
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Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds received a major update on PlayStation, Xbox and PC to address a number of game-breaking issues and also addresses weapon balancing issues. The new update also introduces a brand new season to the game where players will receive their Season 15 rewards shortly based on the final tier you held at the end of the previous season.
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To prevent possible issues such as enemy movements appearing awkward from afar to severely shaking character animations to spectating from underwater from occurring, the Death Cam and Replay features in this update’s Test Server will be disabled.
Bluehole Studios revealed that it is aware of players’ thoughts on our past weapon balancing on SMGs, Shotguns, etc. But the developers will wait and collect several months of cumulative data as a foundation for potential changes.
PUBG Update 16.1 Patch Notes
Here are the highlights of the new update:
- Fixed the issue of players being in an invincible state when using the Drone while Auto Running.
- Fixed the issue of players dying when trying to loot items through the Inventory while using a Self-AED.
- Fixed the issue of the Drone icon’s pointer pointing the other way in both the Minimap and the World Map.
PUBG’s new update looks exciting and we can’t wait to see what new content is added in the new season. To check out the full official patch notes, click here.