Tests are underway for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) on Xbox One once again, via the game's dedicated Test Server. Following two previous trials for the upcoming "Miramar" desert map, access to forthcoming content has been returned.
The PUBG Test Server for Xbox One provides an early glimpse at updates on their way to the public Xbox Game Preview version. Through this isolated platform, the game's development has the freedom to experiment with content, changes, and performance tweaks, without affecting the wider player base.
For the third return of the Xbox Test Server, the build will be playable for almost three days, concluding at the start of next week. While a detailed changelog hasn't been provided, expect minor changes, if any, over previous testing sessions. Below is a breakdown of the weekend schedule, as detailed on the game's official Xbox forum.
FRI, May 11, 8am – SUN, May 13, 11pm
FRI, May 11, 5pm – MON, May 14, 8am
Solo, Duo, Squad - FPP/TPP
This week's session follows a recent update to the public version, which delivered numerous performance boosts initially trialed on the Test Server.
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