PUBG news: Battlegrounds tackles BIG problem before release date
PUBG is tackling the game's biggest problem ahead of the Xbox One launch date and full PC launch.
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Battlegrounds developer Bluehole has finally launched the test servers on PC, following a recent delay.
Unfortunately, however ,PLAYERUNKNOWNS BATTLEGROUNDS skins, the servers aren't for testing vaulting and climbing, but for detecting the use of cheats.
It's a problem that desperately needs solving in front of the full release.
"Players, we are opening our test servers to test some new measures to better detect the use of cheats, " the actual post reads.
"We want to make sure that the particular servers remain stable while these new measures are running. Please report bugs as well as send us your feedback.
"Please note, this is not the vaulting & climbing patch that we know you've all been waiting for. That will come a bit later. "
And Bluehole will have to do something about cheating pretty quickly, because Fortnite is actually starting to surge ahead.
Fortnite has just passed 20 million players on all platforms, which is a seriously impressive statistic.
"We just passed 20 million players across all of Fortnite since launch! Thanks from the bottom of our hearts. "
It's worth noting that Fortnite Battle Royale is free to play, while PUBG - which has sold 15 million copies -- costs £26. 99 on Steam.
Battlegrounds takes place on a remote island where 100 players compete to be the sole survivor.
Players must gather supplies,Pubg items, armour and weapons in order to defeat other players. And in a unique twist, the battleground actually gets smaller as games go on.
The enormously popular shooter will be available from December 12 as part of the Xbox One Preview scheme.
The Xbox One version will be slightly behind typically the PC edition and will be shaped based on feedback from fans.