PUBG Xbox One Now Receives Oceanic Servers For Australian And NZ Players

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"It's the start of the road on console for us", Greene said. Greene outlined that players should expect regular updates to expand and improve the game over the period of time. The desert map, for example, which has only been live in the PC version's test servers for now, isn't yet in the Xbox One version.

Having pointed that out, there is technically a way to obtain PUBG for free but it involves buying the Xbox One X. Starting December 17th until the 31st, gamers who buy the upgraded console will get the game for free, Tech Times reports.

Despite the keyboard allowing players to move around using WASD controls, support for the mouse appears to be absent.

In addition to allowing players to view their own deaths, Minkonet states in the press release that the Killcam functionality can be used to detect cheating or hacking, such as the use of aimbots or speed hacks. While the Battle Royale element is not entirely new, PUBG brought it to a mainstream audience.

The game's 3D replay and killcam feature comes as a result of a partnership between Minkonet, a gaming technology company, and Bluehole. It even went on to be nominated for Game of the Year at Geoff Keighley's Game Awards 2017.

PUBG is insanely popular right now and new features destined for the 1.0 release of the game has players all excited.

And one that will no doubt continue over the next few months, as PUBG continues to evolve on Xbox. As described by Digital Foundry, when joining a game, "You're instantly besieged by low-resolution textures that seem to be failing to stream in properly, combined with performance just above or below the 20 frames per second threshold".

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