PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Patch Brings Fog, Map Changes, New Weapon and More

A screenshot from

A screenshot from"PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

This week's PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds patch is bringing a significant change to the game by way of foggy weather, which will be altering the play field in a very big way.

The fog is set to come in the next patch though no matter what, but exact details on how it'll work throughout the games will likely come with the patch notes releasing tomorrow.

So with that in mind, a long period of testing is now scheduled for November and if needed, Bluehole may put vaulting on the PUBG test servers beforehand too in order to collect as much data as possible. However, one of the more promoted features in vaulting has yet to arrive. Do you think it can leave early access by the end of Q4? Therefore, we are planning to test it for a longer period of time in early November. Because of this, a lot of testing is required, so vaulting may not start rolling out until November.

Bluehole first touches on its upcoming vaulting system, saying it can't introduce the mechanic as quickly as many players seem to be requesting. After sharing just one tweet not too long ago when the game's Twitter account gave one quick look at the fog, the game's team has followed up on that preview with even more screenshots. A new weapon is also shipping with the new patch, but vaulting is nowhere to be seen at the moment. How many of you are now playing PUBG regularly? Not only has foggy weather been added to the rotating list of weather conditions, but Bluehole has also added a new town to the map. Weather conditions play a big part in shaking that up, and the latest introduction of fog is sure to screw with your ideal sniper record. It's a "lightweight and compact 5.56 semi-automatic marksman rifle", that will take sniper rifle attachments for both muzzle and magazine slots.

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