New PUBG PC update brings major visual changes to Erangel, vehicle and weapon tweaks and more

By Digit NewsDesk | Updated Jul 18 2019
New PUBG PC update brings major visual changes to Erangel, vehicle and weapon tweaks and more

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The update is part of the 4.1 patch that is now live on the game’s test servers.

The final update will hit the PC version on July 24 and then later on consoles in the summer.

As part of the update, Erangel on PUBG will have a revamped look and include new buildings, terrain, and graphics.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, better known as PUBG is getting a major update for Season 4. As part of the update, Erangel on PUBG will have a revamped look and include new buildings, terrain, and graphics.

The update is part of the 4.1 patch that is now live on the game’s test servers. The final update will hit the PC version on July 24 and then later on consoles in the summer. The changes now reflect the map’s battle-torn vibes and the game includes ravaged tanks and artillery, camo-netting, and shoreline barriers. Houses also show more signs of damage.

The developers have also reduced grass density, colour saturation and brightness after receiving feedback from players. There’s also an in-car radio, which can be controlled by the driver while playable and destroyable turntables will be presented randomly in Erangel.

There’s more. The new update includes tweaks to weapons and vehicles. You can now heal and boost while moving while in vehicles, there’s auto-acceleration, and the ability to ‘lock’ the BRDM-2 armored vehicle so only teammates can enter.

The Season 4 pass will also offer new missions and rewards and a new co-op mission section will be rolled out, where you can team up with friends to complete missions.

In addition to that, PUBG Corps also dropped a story trailer, once again hinting at a campaign mode for the game. The trailer attempts to explain why people are fighting each other in an abandoned island in the first place.

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