The latest patch for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is currently live on the test server. As well as developing further on recently-introduced anti-cheat solutions, the new patch focuses on improvements to Miramar, the game’s desert map.
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A statement accompanying the patch notes says that “as with the last patch, a new type of anti-cheat solution, which is still under development, is to be applied on the test servers.” PUBG Corp say they’re still testing compatibility on the new system, and to post regarding any crashes on the game’s official forums.
The patch itself focuses on improving desert map Miramar. The map’s wide, open spaces will be filled in a little with the update, with “more buildings and cover” being added across the map, which should help players trapped out in the open. The update also adds new off-road routes to help vehicles get across the often-uneven terrain more easily, which will be welcome news to anyone who’s tried to traverse the map in the camper van. There’ll also be upgraded loot spawns in certain areas of Miramar to help balance the game.
You can read the full patch notes here. The patch should be live on the test servers now.