PUBG To Receive 3D Killcam & Other Features With Its Full Release
Tomorrow's the day!
Update - here's when PUBG is fully released!
- 11pm PT
- 2am ET (Dec. 21)
- 7am UK (Dec. 21)
- 8am CET (Dec. 21)
20th December marks PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' full release date, and you won't just be getting the game in its finished state on this momentous occasion.
Fans have requested features to be added to the game and some are making their way onto platforms as the game walks off the early access plank and onto the full-release ship, which include 3D replay and killcam. These 2 said features come from Bluehole and Minkonet's (a gaming technology company) partnership. The patch will allow players to detect when another player is using "speed hack, Aimbot, or ExtraSensory Perception / ESP hacking". Currently not much is known about this, however what can be said is that players will benefit from it, and of course cheaters will suffer for it.
The expectation is acknowledged by Minkonet CEO Peter Kim who promises that the new update will bring "countless hours of 'wow factor' moments and shareable content" to PUBG dedicated streamers. The 3D replay system provides "seamless playback video of the primary player's gameplay" which increases viewing pleasure of those watching the stream.
Who's excited for the new features as well as the full release of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds?
Tags: Xbox-One, PC
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