‘Fix PUBG’ campaign has started to, well… you can probably guess

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Known bugs submitted by the community are also being fixed, with some already completed and coming to the game with the next update.

Today BlueHole Studios opened a website titled "Fix PUBG" dedicated to a roadmap for the implementation of numerous requests made by players in order to improve the popular battle royale game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.

The "Fix PUBG" website itself offers a significant amount of transparency into PUBG Corps' game-fixing plans, breaking the process down into a 3-month long roadmap with categories for client performance, server performance, anti-cheat, matchmaking, bug fixes, and quality of life issues.

PUBG Corp. has removed the option to place map markers in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds after the feature ran into controversy with the game's top players, it announced as part of the update notes for the upcoming patch 19 for the game's PC version. 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.

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This will be a single-player experience in which you battle against a series of opponents as your favorite fighter. Players will battle against each other in a series of matches, but the roster gets smaller with each bout.

"For the duration of the campaign, we'll be entirely focused on addressing problems with the game, including bugs, long-needed quality-of-life improvements, and fundamental performance improvements", explains PUBG Corp's post.

One of the biggest issues the FIX PUBG project has identified is a problem with recurring frame drops, or "hitches". "Simply put, the game still has many unresolved issues", the developer said. "So we think it's time to do something about it".

This is a continuation of the ping limits PUBG Corp. introduced a while back, but it also includes improvements to the MMR player rating logic that groups players together in the first place.

You can check out the roadmap in the graph below.