Vaulting and Climbing is coming soon PUBG's test servers

Players will soon be able to jump over fences!

Vaulting and Climbing is coming soon PUBG's test servers

Vaulting and Climbing is coming soon PUBG's test servers

A new development update has been released for Playerunknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), revealing some of the future plans for the title. These plans include goals to deliver the PC 1.0 version of the game and the Xbox One Game Preview version before the end of 2017, as well as plans to add vaulting to the game's test servers in the near future.  

For the next while, PUBG's developers do not plan to release any more major updates for the game's live version, with the game's test servers going through some extensive/long-term testing as vaulting and climbing mechanics are added to the game. These features require more in-depth testing than previous updates, which means that these updates will not be delivered to the game's public version as quickly as usual. 
The game's test servers are set to be tested in three phases, with the first test focusing on the game's vaulting and climbing mechanics, the second phase including vaulting and climbing alongside other new content and the third phase delivering a new desert map and even more additional features. 


Vaulting and Climbing is coming soon PUBG's test servers


Below are PUBG's official patch notes for today's update, which includes some adjustments to spawn rates and several bug fixes. 



- Decreased the Starting Island item spawn levels in order to adjust the item balance on the Northeast side of Erangel

Bug Fixes

- Eliminated the fire animation and effect that occured in the Starting Airplane when a player was on fire from a molotov cocktail
- Fixed a bug that enabled a character to hold a main weapon and frying pan simultaneously
- Fixed a spectator mode bug of flickering weapon UI icons


At this time there is no clear release date for PUBG version 1.0. 


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