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Nearly One Million Play PUBG On Xbox One Within First 48 Hours

21 December 2017, 01:08 | Hattie Nash

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The first patch for PUBG on the Xbox One has been released.

Before, Australians and New Zealanders were forced to play on North American, European and Asian servers only.

Playerunknown's Battlegrounds developer PUBG Corp today announced a deal with South Korean game technology provider Minkonet that will bring 3D replay and killcam features to the competitive shooter. This team is made up of some of the most skilled game developers in the world, so we're expecting a fruitful future where PLAYERUNKNOWN's Battlegrounds is concerned. As ever, we'll keep you updated on that score.

PUBG is insanely popular right now and new features destined for the 1.0 release of the game has players all excited. So more people will start playing this game on their respective smartphones and can test out the actual gameplay of the real PUBG game.

Nearly One Million Play PUBG On Xbox One Within First 48 Hours
Nearly One Million Play PUBG On Xbox One Within First 48 Hours

For more on PUBG, be sure to search for Twinfinite. So we would definitely get to see this game for the PS4 console, but again there is no any confirmation on this as of now.

Even though it's still technically in Early Access on Steam and now Game Preview on Xbox, there's no free trial version of the game. The game is quite hard to look at when running on the Xbox One, and while it X model does a better job, the framerate regularly goes below 20 frames per second.

What's your take on this guys? You can read the full patch notes on the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds official forums here. Commenting on the meeting, he said, "We are seeing feedback and will continue to update".

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