A new update for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has introduced the Training Mode. The mode allows players to try out content and features.
The new Training Mode map is a 2 by 2 kilometer map on which 5 to 20 players can improve their gameplay. The mode is only be available via solo matchmaking.
The map features a wide variety of features to allow players to practice all aspects of the game, including vehicles, parachutes, weapons and more.
In addition, the update also brings various other pieces of content and bug fixes, including the new MK47 Mutant weapon, a "Supply System" reward system, and bluezone graphical effect tweaks.
The update also features a large amount of bug fixes and tweaks that are part of the game's "Fix PUBG" campaign.
The most notable changes from this roadmap are ongoing performance improvements, a new marker ping system that shows locations on your compass, and changes to the way BP points are rewarded.
The new update is currently available on test servers and will be making its way to live servers on September 12, 2018.
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