PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds announced on Twitter today that the leaderboards have been reset for the new season. The reset finally went through after it was delayed for more than a week from it’s 11 October originally planned schedule.
The tweet also confirmed the addition of Squad FPP (first-person perspective) to new regions.
New leaderboard season is started! KR/JP server and SQUAD FPP mode for SA, SEA, OCE server is added as well. See you on the battlegrounds!
— PLAY BATTLEGROUNDS (@PUBG) October 20, 2017
PUBG also posted an update on their Steam page recently announcing that they aren’t planning on rolling out further live updates to the game until it’s official launch. This is so they can focus on “developing builds for PC 1.0 and Xbox Game Preview.”
They did acknowledge however that new features are on the horizon — climbing and vaulting , the new desert map, new vehicles and 3D replay. However, these new features will “need to be tested for at least 2 to 4 weeks.” They did mention that we’ll get to try the new traversal moves either before late October or early November through test servers.
Bluehole has promised to reveal more details soon.
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