PUBG update 1.01 patch notes for PS4 is now available for players. According to the official PUBG version 1.01 patch notes, the latest PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds update contains improved Graphic options as well as performance improvement. In addition, PUBG patch 1.01 has also added stability and performance improvements. You will require a minimum of 25GB free space for full game download.
All PlayStation players that pre-ordered PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will receive a Nathan Drake outfit as well as Ellie’s backpack. Additional items are included in the different pre-order bundles (Looter’s Digital Edition, Survivor’s Digital Edition, Champion’s Digital Edition), including an exclusive PlayStation avatar and theme. Check out PUBG PS4 patch notes below.
PUBG Update 1.01 Patch Notes
- Improved Graphic options regarding PS4 Pro
- Improved perfromance to increase frame rate.
- PUBG update 1.01 added a new map – Vikendi
Solo TPP will be the only available mode at launch. As more players come online we will open the following modes one by one: Squad TPP, Duo TPP, and finally FPP for Solo, Duo, and Squad. This is to ensure full matches, and fast matchmaking.
- Erangel is the original 8×8 km PUBG map. It features a wide range of locations, such as an abandoned soviet military base, ancient ruins, a nuclear power station, and multiple large towns.
- The map combines urban areas and wide open farmland to create a variety of battles, ranging from intense CQC to long range sniper action .
- Miramar is a 8×8 km city-centric map based in Central/South America, intentionally designed to provide a vastly different Battle Royale experience.
- It features extreme, elevated terrain and tall buildings with less trees which will give players new options for playing around cover.
- Sanhok is a 4x4km island map inspired by a wide variety of islands across southeast Asia, including those found in Thailand and the Philippines.
- The smaller size makes for faster, more intense matches with more frequent gun fights.
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The PUBG Training Mode lets 5-20 players (solo queue with matchmaking) explore a 2x2km map and practice all aspects of PUBG, from driving the game’s various vehicles around the island’s race tracks, to practicing parachute landings on scattered targets, to mastering the perfect peek shot. There are even areas to practice vaulting, close-quarters combat, and of course, sweet vehicle jumps.
The PUBG for PS4 will be available on Dec. 7, 2018 at 12am local time.