The Developer of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds announces DefectsTime: May. 29, 2018 From: SCDKey
Since PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds had early access to the PC in December 2017, the developer PUBG Corp. strive to bring to light the major game updates. This includes the next island map, Sanhok. But the players were disappointed by the regularity of these updates, arguing that the game is not added fast enough.
The developer of PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds acknowledged these concerns and admits: "Although we’ve made some meaningful improvements to PUBG, we’ve fallen short in other ways."
The developer notes that players have complained about framerate crashes, especially after the last patches in the game. While the cadence and stuttering problems are among the biggest PUBG problems that players have faced in the past, they seem to have become more frequent recently. As a result, changes will be made in the way the updates will be released, and there will be a solution for GPU overheads, which is one of the reasons for the performance issues.
The developer has already taken important steps to address the game's endemic fraud program. It should be noted that the developer confirmed earlier this year that he could not launch the new content of the game as quickly as he would have desired because I had to focus on solving the problem of fraud.