Gamescom conference in Cologne

  • PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is still at the begining of Access, which means you ought to expect its performance and system specifications to shift because new updates turn up. We'll keep an eye on performance and update this particular post with any kind of changes. As teased by Brendan Greene earlier this month, PUBG's latest monthly update promises first-person servers, an FOV slider for first-person view and a brand new rifle. As a result of "complications with a [recent] client crash bug", these functions won't be implemented until August 3 (which could mean next month sees two monthly updates), however in-game skins designed to "further customize your character" won't launch this particular side of Earlier Access.

    "We would like to provide more content as well as test the fundamental crate and crucial system we want to implement in the final version of the game, " so reads a Steam Community update post. As such, upon August 3, Thursday of next week, Bluehole will launch 3 new crates. The actual developer continues: "All three crates will contain items influenced by the Battle Royale movie, some of which you might have seen in our older artworks. The first and second crates, Pubg items named the Wanderer Crate and the Survivor Crate, will be free to open up. Each of these crates will comprise one set of the actual themed clothing, on top of other cosmetic items. The third crate named the Gamescom Invitational Crate will have probably the most diverse pool of themed clothing. "

    Speaking to that last point, a group of the actual "best Battlegrounds content creators" are set to be called as much as run daily occasions at this year's Gamescom conference in Cologne. The Gamescom PUBG Invitational marks the actual game's first actually offline event of the kind that will see attendees compete in daily qualifiers. In terms of how this relates to the aforementioned crate and key testing, Bluehole adds: "We have implemented a very basic key and cage system for this examination. You can use your Battle Points (BP) to purchase the crate on the Rewards page. As the Wanderer Crate and the Survivor Crate will be free to open, the actual Gamescom Invitational Crate can be opened having a key which you can buy for $2. fifty each