Home » PC Tech & Gaming News » PUBG Update Xbox Today – Hotfix For Xbox Series S Issue

PUBG Update Xbox Today – Hotfix For Xbox Series S Issue

PUBG release a hotfix update to tackle the Xbox Series S frame rate issue, with no downtime required

WePC is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Prices subject to change. Learn more

Last Updated:

It was reported that after a recent update, PUBG on the Xbox Series S has a frame rate capped to 30 FPS issues. Well, don’t worry, PUBG is here with an update for Xbox today. The hotfix will require no downtime, meaning it is going to be a small download for your Xbox and not a server-side fix.

We are unsure what the actual cause was but it is good to see PUBG dealing with some issues for once.

PUBG Update Xbox Today

The hotfix went live seven hours ago, as you can see from the Tweet, so the update will be there waiting for you when you jump onto the game. It isn’t a very big update though so you’ll hardly even notice. What you will notice is your FPS going back up to 60! Hurrah!

PUBG Update 13.1

The last big update for PUBG was in July this year, adding TEAGO’s new features, weapon balances, and other fixes.

Sanhok, a fan favorite, got a few notable additions in Update 13.1 too, with new cliffs and rocks, giving players additional cover, which is something Sanhok needed.

Product Specialist - Gaming PC, Prebuilt Gaming PC, GPUs, CPUs, AT WEPC

Shaun Conroy

Summary Shaun has been working with WePC for nearly 5 years now, becoming a Product & Affiliate Editor in 2021. He started off writing gaming PC content and PC case reviews, but quickly moved into a more editor-based role covering a wider range of topics. Shaun has multiple qualifications in I.T and Computer Science A big fan of PC gaming and all the hardware involved. Everything from graphics cards to gaming mice, Shaun's your man. Experience Shaun first took an interest in PC gaming back in the mid-2000s, moving from the console. With a keen interest in I.T, Shaun began studying various computer-related courses over his time in higher education. After college and university, Shaun began building gaming PCs professionally, before finally picking up an editorial role at BGFG. Shaun has been with the company now for nearly 5 years, helping expand the site in several different avenues but always keeping a close eye on PC hardware. Education BA: Web Development B-Tech: Information Technology A Levels: Business Studies, I.T, D & T