PUBG Xbox One update (June 21) is now rolling out for players. According to the official PUBG Xbox One patch notes, the new hotfix added fixes for matchmaking issues. Since the May update, matchmaking has not been working appropriately to give the best user experience. Today’s update is expected to fix some of these issues. In addition, the new Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds June 21 Xbox One patch also added minor bug fixes and improvements.
Recently, a minor hotfix was released to fix memory leak issues. This fixed an issue where character renders stored in cached memory weren’t being released from the cache correctly, causing large amounts of memory to become unusable. Over time, this would cause the game to enter the ‘out of memory’ phase unnecessarily, increasing the probability of crashes
PUBG Xbox One Update Patch Notes (June 21)
- The algorithms behind the matchmaking system have been changed, with the overall logic being improved. This will help with reducing instances of players being stuck in queues for a very long time.
EU FPP Duo will not be reopened with this hotfix. The game devs are expected to re-open EU FPP Duo at a later date, depending on the results of the hotfix.
The game devs are also prioritizing improvements to increase performance at the start of the game when landing, as well as when driving vehicles.
The PUBG Xbox One Hotfix is now available for download.