PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds for the Xbox One could possess numerous defects. Nevertheless, the game has proven to be exceptionally popular with fans, even reaching 1 million players over the initial 48 hours of its launch. Today, the developer has dropped a brand new update to the game, which makes Squads mode more accessible to players.
Xbox players, we’ll be deploying a spot at 3AM PST / 12PM CET to allow you to appreciate Squad mode in all the ways possible.
You will now be able to play with Squad style as a 1, 2, or 3-man squad without having to matchmake with different players.
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According to the programmer, this new limitation enables gamers the option to get two, one, or three-man squads created without needing matchmaking with other players. Despite some may think this patch is quite mundane, it’s only another illustration of the way PUBG Corp. is always hard at work on ensuring that players will be enjoying the two versions of the game as much as you can.
That said, among the biggest complaints still plaguing the name is the game. However, this patch also promises “continued functionality optimizations” as well as “a variety of crash repairs” to ensure a more secure version of the game. It is also worth noting that this patch reduces recoil across all weapons around the Xbox One variant only.
To find out more on the new patch, check out PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds official Xbox forum. For more information on PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, take a look at DualShockers’ review of this game.