PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ newest patch for the Xbox One version is scheduled to be released tomorrow for the console players.
The latest update on the status of the next patch comes from Nico Bihary, an executive producer with Microsoft who’s been providing continuous updates on the Xbox One version of PUBG. Bihary confirmed on Twitter that the release of the next Xbox One patch is imminent as the internal testing being wrapped up. The producer added that this patch isn’t one of the larger ones that players will receive, so PUBG owners on the console shouldn’t expect too many changes to be included, though bugfixes and optimizations will hopefully make up a fair bit of the patch.
We’ll wrap up testing on #PUBG #Xbox Patch 11 tomorrow, if no issues we’ll be looking to push this live ~1am Wednesday PST. This is a bug fixing patch, not a major content drop. We will have more on test server content as we get closer to release. Thanks!
— Nico (@nico_bihary) March 20, 2018
News that the patch would be coming soon comes shortly after Bihary tweeted last week and said that the latest update had passed Microsoft’s certification process. He confirmed that “Patch 11” was certified at the time and said that they’d continued testing the patch internally for a while before it was released.
#playbattlegrounds #xbox #PUBGXboxOne PUBG Xbox “Patch 11” has passed certification. We’re going to continue testing the patch internally, and if things go as planned look for patch notes and release information early next week. Have a great weekend!
— Nico (@nico_bihary) March 16, 2018
Despite knowing when the patch will be released for Xbox One players, it’s still unknown what all will be included in the update. The patch notes should be released sometime tomorrow along with the patch to detail what all the update changes, but several responders who replied to Bihary’s latest tweet weren’t thrilled at the “hype” that they said the first tweet built. The responses seem to be torn between those who criticized the supposed building-up of the hype and others who said they just wanted the game to run better – which sounds like the point of a