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PUBG Corp. and Bluehole gave details of the system


The PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS community of players continues to grow . For this reason, PUBG Corp. and Bluehole decided to work on a new matchmaking system. The companies specified that the system would be based on ping to match the players in the games.

PUBG Corp. and Bluehole clarified today that said matchmaking is already active in the Battle Royale servers. For players who still have doubts about this system, both studies shared a bit of additional information about it.

Bluehole stressed that users with lower pings will have priority when they are paired. This will improve the gaming experience and increase the stability of the PUBG servers .

"This has already been implemented on the live servers, and we would like to provide answers to some potential questions they may have," said the head of the title community.

The company clarified that players with similar pings will be paired in the same game. He also specified that you can still be part of meetings with players from other regions.

According to Bluehole, the ping parameter will not be a problem to face players from all over the world. In these cases, the matchmaking will work according to the highest ping of the participants, that is, it will be based on the player with the worst connection.

In the case of duos or squads, random teams will be formed with players with similar pings. Finally, the company recommended the use of specific servers by region. In our case, only Americans are mentioned.

PUBG will receive new cosmetic objects and 2 boxes of loot today. This thanks to the arrival of a new patch to your PC version, which also includes some general improvements.

PUBG Corp. promised that in March we will know part of what the title will receive this year. In addition to more updates and improvements, the company will share details of the next map. PUBG is available on Xbox One and PC, 

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