PUBG To Receive Major Update After PGI 2018

Sammie Kang, the Community Lead at PUBG Santa Monica, has revealed that the incredibly popular battle royale title will receive a major update after the PUBG Global Invitational 2018, which concludes on July 29.

The statement came after a Twitter user, Kevin O’Connell, expressed his disappointment in the current state of the game, saying that “constant issues” were beginning to get to him.

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Kang attempted to reassure O’Connell, saying that a number of UI and UX improvements will be joined by some quality of life changes after the conclusion of two million dollar event in Berlin.

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Kang also promised that the development team behind PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will “continue to work on other things that cause issues for players” after that update.

Unfortunately, Kang is staying close-mouthed about any additional information, simply stating that the patch notes will be released after PGI comes to a close.

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The PUBG Invitational will be the first major international competition hosted by PUBG Corporation and will take place in Berlin’s Mercedes-Benz Arena.

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The 20 team tournament includes the like sof Team Liquid, Natus Vincere, Ghost Gaming. Oh My God, and Gen.G Gold.

The event will feature a Third Person Perspective event, which runs from July 25 – 26 and is played on Erangel, and a First Person Perspective event, running from July 28 – 29.

The prize pool is split evenly across the two championships and the MVP of each individual match will earn a total of $10,000.

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