PUBG Corp changes Miramar "to improve the engagement"

Gwen Vasquez
February 1, 2018

Lots of players in "PUBG" have been discovered to dislike the newly added desert map called "Miramar", and some have even gone to the lengths of deleting the map entirely from the game's file directory in order to skip the map. In the latest update that is available on the test servers, Bluehole introduced a new type of anti-cheat solution, which is still under development. These include more off-road routes for driving, as well as more buildings for cover, and most importantly, a more balanced distribution of loot and gear, making the overall player experience with Miramar more tolerable.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) publisher Microsoft and developer PUBG Corp. have released another patch for the Xbox One version of the game that could put an end to people surviving top-ten in vehicles.

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Unfortunately for those who tend to find themselves evading enemies in vehicles, Patch 7 will modify how damage effects both the vehicle and those inside the vehicle. Grenade damage to vehicles has also been buffed. The tweaks don't stop at the vehicle itself: drivers and passengers will now lose more health from crashing into objects or other vehicles, though pedestrians hit by cars will now receive slightly less damage. In a post on the official PUBG forums this morning, Community Manager Andro Dars wrote that developer Bluehole is nerfing vehicles in an update this week due to player feedback.

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