Playerauctions Ecstatic for Latest PUBG Xbox One Patch to Fix Issues and Improve Controls
A patch for the Xbox One version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has updated the game's controls and fixed a few bugs.
With the latest patch, improvements have been made regarding the game's issue with rubber banding: a common online game occurrence where a player goes to a particular direction only to go back from where they started a few seconds later due to latency. Also, the issues of players suddenly getting transported outside of the map, memory and non-memory related crashes, and the inability of players to accept duo/squad invites outside of the game have received fixes.
As for control changes, the patch added a new controller preset. With this, players can now hold LT to aim down the sights, while third-person aiming has been assigned to the left bumper. This new preset can be found in the options menu and includes a layout. In addition, pistols, which were once included in the Y rotation, are now with melee weapons. So, if you want to bring up your pistol, you will have to hit up on the d-pad.
The next patch aims to resolve other issues such as: dropping objects that cause players to switch weapons, and users' being unable to switch to grenades using the d-pad.
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