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Battlegrounds patch fixes hard crashes when changing your clothes


PUBG has gotten its 11th weekly patch since its debut via Early Access. It’s set to begin deploying right around now. 

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It’s mostly a hodgepodge of minor fixes, including overall server performance, improved physics engine performance, bug fixes, and other various alterations that should make your experience within PUBG a much more pleasant one. All going well, the bug that caused the client to crash when you change your appearance should be gone now.

If you’re an avid PUBG player, you should notice a marked improvement in several areas of the game. Unfortunately, the patch can’t do much for how skilled or unskilled at the game you are. For the full patch notes, see below:

Server performance

  • Improved physics engine performance on game servers.
  • Mitigated an issue with the character stopping moving when a large amount of data is sent.

Client performance

  • Improved client performance in the lobby.
  • Improved care package airplane rendering performance.


  • Modified the “match ends in” timer from 5 minutes to 1 minute.

Bug fixes

  • Fixed a bug that caused weapon icons at the bottom of the screen to not be shown when switching weapons after opening the inventory.
  • Fixed a bug that caused a client crash when changing the character’s looks.
  • Fixed a bug that caused Freelook (Alt) not to work while the character is jumping.