With an end goal to battle campers, engineer PUBG Corporation actualized a trial arrangement throughout the end of the week. The studio added a second hover to Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds to get campers to move a bit.
As per a blog entry, PUBG Corporation added a subsequent Blue Zone to the fight royale game from December 5-8. This subsequent hover, found in the trial Bluehole Mode, had two capacities: to illuminate you where the following safe zone is and to harm campers who “land, plunder, and camp in the hover for the remainder of the match.” Just as you would relentlessly take harm from outside the circle, the individuals who crossed through or potentially sat in the subsequent circle would see their life exhaust too.
As previously mentioned, however, it was added for the end of the week to PUBG Labs, the exploratory test server where the studio evaluates new highlights. It’s hazy if or when it will return as a lasting consideration to the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds experience.
In other PUBG news, the engineer propelled its enormous 5.1 update on PC. The fix presented Season 5, another group of modifications that changed the parity of Miramar, actualized another Survivor Pass, included throwable mechanics, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. There’s no word on when this update will hit PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Talking about consoles, PUBG Corporation included cross-play support for PS4 and Xbox One in October. This new component was a piece of the 4.3 update, which carried with it a couple of different increments and changes too. These incorporate another siphon activity shotgun, more season rewards, customization of player IDs, and that’s just the beginning.
The PUBG Corporation said it made the new mode since players who bring forth close to the last circle regularly have an unreasonable bit of leeway. It additionally needed to keep players from running all match, battling the hover itself rather than different players.