Published: Fri, March 09, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

PUBG Roadmap 2018 Details New Smaller Map, Emotes & More

PUBG Roadmap 2018 Details New Smaller Map, Emotes & More

Not quite as interesting but some players will get enjoyment from it is a the Emote system and that's also hitting the test servers soon with more emotes being added throughout 2018. Future updates will also add achievements to PUBG, in-game Player Customization Options and improvements to audio quality and directional sound.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has slowly expanded with new weapons and an additional, somewhat controversial desert map.

"[The map] will offer a higher player density and shorter matches and we want to get it into your hands early this time around so we can use your input to make it a great experience for everyone", the post explains.

Also coming soon to the test server is a brand new emote system.

Not all content will be entirely new; much of what's planned for 2018 will be reworked content now in the game, some of which has been long-requested by the PUBG player base. Third-person and first-person animations are being reworked too, for a natural fit into gameplay.

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Naturally, Greene says work will continue on the optimization and stability of PUBG's game client and servers, as well as the never-ending battle to detect and ban cheaters. "It is impossible to solve these problems once and for all, but our goal is to continuously improve in this regard". Or better. Really, it depends on how much you enjoy being stressed out. Improving spectator tools is seen as an important part of making the game esports ready and also improving the MMR and ranking system. "Thanks to the fantastic feedback coming from the player community and professional scene we believe we're moving in the right direction. We also want to improve how the character moves to allow our 3D replay to deliver some truly great content".

About a month and a half ago, PUBG Corp admitted it had no clear roadmap for the future of its game.

The PUBG team plans to further improve matchmaking for Duo and Squad modes, with the objective of supporting a fair and competitive environment.

This year the PUBG Developer Portal will be opened up to the community which gives access to the PUBG Developer API allowing the community to track match data and allow the community to create new resources for the game. Many might have already noticed this prior to the release of PUBG Xbox patch #9.

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