If you’ve been experience lag in PUBG Mobile, it appears that a fix is on the way. Tencent is investigating and working on a PUBG Mobile lag fix. As it’s being developed, the company has put out survey to understand more about the issue from users before releasing it. The PUBG Mobile lag fix survey will run until January 7 at 8:30am IST. According to an announcement from the PUBG Mobile community team, engineers and developers have been put into what’s being described as a Lag Task Force Team that will go through the submitted data before putting out a fix.
“As you know, PUBG Mobile is a very complex game which runs on various devices all over the world and on all sorts of network scenarios (at the moment of this writing over 30,000,000 people play the game each day),” the announcement from the PUBG Mobile Community Team reads on Discord. “With that in mind, we have obviously noticed that you have been experiencing various ‘lag’ issues with the game (in this case, lag can mean multiple things – to some players lag means device performance, to some it means high ping, and so on) so we would like to find out more. We have created a quick survey that we would love for you take part in.”
The PUBG Mobile lag fix survey can be checked out here. It will be interesting to see if it will be a part of the PUBG Mobile 0.10.5 or 0.11.0 update which is rumoured to include Zombies Mode, new weapons, vehicles, and perhaps dynamic weather for Miramar and Erangel maps too. Officially, Tencent teased the return of a voice option known as Classic Voices that will be present in the PUBG Mobile 0.10.5 update.
Details on Zombies Mode are scant, though it would be present in the Arcade section of the game and you’ll be able to gun down the undead during the course of play. Hopefully we’ll see some official information from Tencent soon. Pictures from the PUBG Mobile Global Finals in Dubai where Tencent and Capcom announced their Resident Evil 2 collaboration suggest that we’ll probably see Resident Evil 2 skins in PUBG Mobile at the very least.
With both Capcom and Tencent teasing something big, zombies in PUBG Mobile’s map is another possibility. Considering that the Resident Evil 2 release date is January 25 for PS4, Xbox One, and Windows PC, this collaboration could last longer than the previous ones that featured Mission Impossible and BAPE.
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