PLAYERUNKNOWN'S Battlegrounds To Receive First-Person Servers Next Month

PLAYERUNKNOWN'S Battlegrounds To Receive First-Person Servers Next Month

Creator Brendan "PlayerUnknown" Greene made the announcement on Twitter today, with the updated slated next month for NA/EU solo and duo matches.

As IGN reports, the first-person servers won't be included in the default queue.

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If you want more realism from your game about 100 people hitting each other with frying pans until one wins a chicken, first-person-only servers might be for you. Furthermore, Bluehole has been experimenting with a first-person mode, which will also be coming in its next monthly update.

In the normal, non-specified servers, players have the ability to shift between third and first-person perspectives. "Our game, platform, engineering, and gameplay teams all need to do work to make it happen, and they are all quite busy with optimisation work at the moment!" Not all game modes will also support first-person from the get go.

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As it's still a work-in-progress feature, it won't be rolled out to all regions at launch. They'll be added to solo and duo games in the European Union and NA regions in the next monthly update, then rolled out elsewhere after a bit of polish.

In reply to another user, Greene also said that Bluehole is "hard at work" improving the first-person perspective that's now in the game before launching hardcore mode.

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