PUBG New Update Adds Two New Crates, Report Cheaters Function

Frederick Owens
January 10, 2018

If you want to get into the numbers, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has sold more than 27.8 million copies worldwide.

There are a number of smaller tweaks and optimizations to the game that will be rolling to the test server.

Hopefully this patch at least makes PUBG playable on the Xbox One, instead of a glitchy nightmare. With this patch, the energy drinks come in an entirely new can picturing a mustachioed muscle man.

"We encourage you to use the replay report tool as it is an effective and efficient way of making us aware of the players who are undermining your enjoyment of the game", said PUBG Corp.

How much money is being made online? A lot.    
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How much money is being made online? A lot. Steam

The new reporting system enables players to report suspected cheaters "directly from the replay feature of our game".

With the addition of the report button to the replay feature, players can take a look at what they believe is cheating behavior and likely forward that evidence along with their report. Whether you have a PC or not, the move to console allows even more players to join the PUBG fan club and truly enjoy the nuances of a Battle Royale style game. Each time you spend BP to get a crate, you have a 40% chance of getting a Desperado crate, a 40% chance of getting a Biker crate, and the two old crates have a 10% chance each.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds was one of the biggest success stories of 2017 and while the Xbox One version of the game that released last month has struggled to match the experience of its PC counterpart, new updates are coming to bring the experience up to par, including the latest patch that is improving some of the technical aspects of the game.

The two new crates join the existing Wanderer and Survivor crates - both of which are free to open - in the pool.

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