PUBG Corp announced plans Tuesday to perform routine server maintenance on the PC version of PUBG.
The maintenance, announced on the PUBG Support Twitter, will take approximately four hours. It will begin at 8:30 p.m. ET Tuesday and conclude at 12:30 a.m. ET Wednesday.
PC Players: Live servers will undergo routine maintenance for 4 hours starting Aug 13 5:30pm PDT / Aug 14 2:30am CEST / Aug 14 9:30am KST.— PUBG Support (@PUBG_Support) August 13, 2019
PUBG Corp elected not to reveal what the maintenance will change about the live version of the game.
PUBG PC's most recent update arrived July 25, bringing a pair of bug fixes to the platform to solve problems with reloading bolt action sniper rifles and the S1987. Those bugs prevented rounds from automatically chambering after firing the weapons in certain unnamed situations.
Prior to that update, PUBG Update 4.1 brought massive content additions to the game. Among those additions were the redesign of Erangel, Survivor Pass 4: Aftermath, and dozens of weapon, item and vehicle balance changes. Also included were changes to the game's matchmaking system.
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