Bluehole have released details of a brand new patch coming later this evening. While it still has millions of players, the cool kids are all playing Fortnight, which is fast, fun, fluid and importantly, free. For that reason the developers Bluehole chose to roll back the update, in order to fix those issues. The patch was meant to implement new anti-cheat measures, but was reportedly causing the game to crash on PC. "However, we know that some players are having compatibility issues, causing the game to crash or are unable to launch the game", developer Bluehole said on the game's forums.
For the Xbox users, we have good news, the PUBG Update is here and claims to have fixed the issue in the recent update.
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They've now rolled the patch back.
This marks the seventh major update PUBG has received since leaving early access back in December, and it introduces a number of new features to the game, such as the previously announced emote system.
We will continue to resolve some compatibility issues caused by it.More news: Bhushan, Luv announce collaborations post-SKTKS success
The rollback happened yesterday - if you noticed a small update to download before getting into the action on PC, that's what it was: Bluehole hitting undo. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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