PUBG Introduces Website for Improving the Game

Joanna Estrada
August 9, 2018

PUBG Corp. has been hearing those complaints, and now it's started a new Fix PUBG campaign to convince the wunderkind's players their complaints aren't falling on deaf ears.

The campaign, simply called "Fix PUBG", is meant to address long-standing complaints about the game's performance and player cheating, according to the developer PUBG Corporation.

If it's not cheaters bringing PUBG players down, it's a plethora of bugs according to the game's community. Those issues range from bug fix and quality of life issues to client issues and matchmaking, and PUBG Corp has a timeline for specific targets within those wider aims. While there are certainly a bevy of consistent PUBG players, the fact that the most common phrase heard among its fan base is "fix the game", does not make the title look good by any stretch of the imagination, and it only creates more opportunities for popular competitors like Epic Games' Fortnite. Since we released PUBG as an Early Access game previous year, the game has grown exponentially, and we've been fortunate enough to have millions of incredibly passionate players like you. However, we haven't always been able to meet your expectations. "You've stuck with us, and now it's time for us to deliver the fixes you've been asking for". Simply put, the game still has many unresolved issues.The bottom line is, you're the reason for our success. So we think it's time to do something about it, ' the company explains in the site's introduction. With average fps now at 60 or higher, PUBG Corp. will be looking to reduce hitches.

PUBG launches a new website to fix the bugs in the game
PUBG launches its own website dubbed 'FIX PUBG'

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