PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is feature complete, so it should run perfectly at all times. Such is the way things should be. Unfortunately, as even the most cursory glance at the subreddit will tell you, that is very much not the case. So PUBG Corp have stepped up to provide a known issues tracker on the game’s forums.
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Hi everyone. In an effort to further improve transparency and communication between our players and developers, we have created a known issues list on our forum that will be regularly updated to keep you informed on what is being fixed/investigated: https://t.co/TdCpdLePWZ— PUBG Help (@PUBG_help) January 26, 2018
The tracker was uploaded around an hour ago by community coordinator RoboDanjal, and features “a list of issues that have been identified after the latest live server update, which are under investigation or in the process of being resolved.” The tracker is part of the team’s goal to “improve the level of transparency when it comes to letting you know which issues have been identified and are being worked on. We are striving to have a better turnaround on identifying and solving emerging issues.”
RoboDanjal says that “most of the recent map bugs have been fixed on the live build” but they could be more prevalent in remote areas with low player footfall. If you come across a “problematic location,” as RoboDanjal so eloquently puts it, your best bet is to report it via the official forum.