PUBG developers launch "Fix PUBG" campaign

Devs create roadmap for the next three months of promised changes and improvements

PUBG Corp has today revealed a new "Fix PUBG" campaign to address problems have been "limiting PUBG's true potential".

According to the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds developer, "fix the game" is a phrase that "we've been hearing a lot lately".

The developer has created a roadmap for the next three months with specific details about it plans to deliver changes and improvements that fans have been asking for.

The detailed roadmap includes extensive updates to both client and server performance, anti-cheat measurements, "faster and smarter" matchmaking, plus bug fixes and quality-of-life tweaks.

"Throughout the next three months, we're dedicating the vast majority of our resources to addressing your issues with the game and implementing your suggested improvements," said the developer.

"Of course, our dedication to improving PUBG will continue, even after the Fix PUBG campaign is over."

PUBG Corp has attracted criticism from fans lately for its attempted lawsuits against other battle royale developers such as Epic Games, and NetEase, rather than focusing on improving the game itself.

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