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Developers say PUBG new stat is coming through lag, game control and optimization fixes



Developers say PUBG new stat is coming through lag, game control and optimization fixes

PUBG New State went online earlier this month and the game is said to have several bugs and problems. The battle royale game remains enjoyable at its core, but a few minor flaws bring down the gaming experience somewhat. Players complaints include issues with undue lag and optimization that tend to dull the gaming experience. PUBG: The new stat developer team has promised to roll out improvements for lag, game controls and optimizations gradually through the update. However, there is a long way to go and the dev team has acknowledged the problems and is working to resolve the issues.

PUBG New State issues will be fixed through patches

PUBG New State was launched a few days back on 11th November and since then the new game from Crafton has been reported to be bugged with issues crippling the gaming experience. PUBG New State was introduced to bring modern and enhanced combat gameplay and has already garnered 10 million downloads. However, the issues that have affected the game need to be resolved before the game can be fully enjoyable. The issues raised have been acknowledged by the dev team at Crafton and are assured to push for improvements for the same.

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The Crafton developer team has taken to Twitter to acknowledge the issues and have identified and classified the issues into three main top priority categories – game control, lag and optimization. It is expected that the response will come in the form of some patch in the near future. However, the game recently received a hotfix that addressed issues in some areas. But a large part of the problems still remain to be solved. The developer team is expected to push for more updates in the near future that will resolve the issues and bring the game to a better version of itself.

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