PUBG developer talks server region locks in future update

The new region lock will ensure that these players will only see servers that are related to their own region while still allowing them to team up with friends living in other regions.

PUBG Corporation's quest for network stability actually began by implementing a ping-based matchmaking system.

That more compact 4x4km arrangement is "coming soon to the new [PUBG] Experimental Test Servers", Brendan Greene announced through his PlayerUnknown Twitter account, along with a six-second montage of the environment.

Be that as it may, a lot of changes are being made by the developers, to keep the PUBG game on top. "These servers will be rendered invisible to players residing in other regions". "Through this new approach we are aiming to provide a better gameplay experience as it will improve network issues and help with linguistic barriers".

The test server update also addresses a couple of minor bugs.

While the V-Bucks and the backpack are nice, the real draw of this pack is its exclusive Rogue Agent player skin that makes the pack just as likely to appeal to the game's most dedicated players as it is to new Fortnite players. Triumph is a random weekly crate that can only be opened with real-money keys and Raider is a type of non-random loot box that doesn't require a key to unlock.

The drop rates for each of the new skins are outlined in that Steam Community post linked above, but for now, there's only two ways to obtain them. Head down to the comments section to let us know, and be sure to check out the PUBG test server to give them a try for yourself.

  • Essie Rivera