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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Getting First-Person Servers

15 July, 2017, 00:27 | Author: Jan Cross
  • This is how PlayerUnknowns's Battlegrounds next update gets a lot more hardcore

In addition to the news, Greene tweeted details about the team's plans for the first-person servers. The server will present a tougher challenge for hardcore gamers, with a more realistic and limited point of view.

KitGuru Says: A first-person only mode in a battle royale game will prove significantly more hard, acting like a hardcore mode. Players can technically switch between third-person and first-person views at will, but the vast majority of players prefer to stick to third-person. Because the camera can be rotated in third-person, this allows players to peek around cover without putting themselves at-risk.

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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. These first-person servers will only be available in the Solo and Duo games for America and Europe, but "will expand to other regions" once everything has been fine-tuned.

But something has apparently changed, as Greene announced on Twitter yesterday that first-person-only servers are coming, and they will roll out with the game's July update. Developer Bluehole will use the feedback they receive from NA and European Union players to polish the game mode before rolling it out to squad play and other regional servers.

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