First PUBG patch on Xbox One goes live

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When a player spends more than 15 to 20 minutes without seeing another player in-game and then all of a sudden die, they need to be able to see what went wrong, how it went wrong, what they can do to make it better.

Playerunknown's Battlegrounds has received its first patch for the Xbox One version available in Game Preview. And its latest one could very well send a lucky gamer to Hawaii.

"This is the start of the road for us".

It's no secret that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has plenty of performance issues on Xbox One, with constant frame-rate drops that occur in lots of critical situations.

An actual chicken dinner
An actual chicken dinner

"Over 1M players tried @PUBATTLEGROUNDS within 48hrs of launch on @Xbox Game Preview!" According to Eurogamer, it's believed that the desert map will hit the Xbox version of PUBG sometime in early 2018. Many people would try the unfinished game before purchasing it.

Having pointed that out, there is technically a way to obtain PUBG for free but it involves buying the Xbox One X. Starting December 17th until the 31st, gamers who buy the upgraded console will get the game for free, Tech Times reports. For the full list of rules and ways to enter, you can find the link here. Here's what we now know regarding a release date for the desert map in PUBG on Xbox One.

Minkonet CEO Peter Kim said his team knows "expectations from the community are high", but promises the new feature is destined to bring "countless hours of "wow-factor" moments and sharable content" to the already enormous world of PUBG streaming and Let's Plays.

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