Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds was slated to finally get a climbing and vaulting patch later this week. Unfortunately, the latest PUBG patch has been delayed.
Delayed PUBG Patch
Fans were looking forward to the latest PUBG update that added a more seamless way to explore the world. Climbing and vaulting might not seem like much, but they could mean the difference between life or death in the game. It’s easy to get stuck in front of a fence if you are not careful, especially if another player is chasing you.
Unfortunately, Bluehole released a statement claiming that the update will not be launching later this week. “When the test servers are deployed, we will be running them for a long time and it’s crucial that they operate in a stable environment,” they said in a recent tweet. Because of this, the developers will be holding off on releasing these features on the test server for now. They haven’t revealed when these changes will finally patch in, so fans will have to keep waiting for further news.
Therefore we feel that we have to delay the first test schedule for PC 1.0 to allow for a smooth testing of the new features and content.
— PLAY BATTLEGROUNDS (@PUBATTLEGROUNDS) November 2, 2017
Official release date
That said, the game is slated to leave Early Access in December. During a recent press release, Bluehole revealed that the game will also be launching on the Xbox One X on the same month. However, there will be some differences with both versions. It seems like console players might get their updates a little late.
In spite of this, the developers will still be hard at work trying to align both versions. With the test servers on PC, it seems only fitting that the PC version will get these changes first. Needless to say, Bluehole will still continue to support and update the game once it goes live.
While the latest PUBG patch has been delayed, fans can still take advantage of the latest fog update. Follow Fexpect for more PUBG news!