PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds (PUBG) has a lot of active and loyal player base since the beginning. Due to which those playing since the beginning is either too good at the game or know everything about the game.
Due to this issue, any new player joining the game faces a lot of issues like not being able to enjoy the game due to their level of experience in the game because of which most players don’t bother playing the game again. This issue was highlighted by a lot of players to make the game more new player friendly too which the folks at PUBG corp are testing bots for new players in consoles they said in the latest Dev letter that.
As happens with many games, we’ve seen the general skill level of our players grow significantly over the last 3 years. While PUBG veterans continue to hone their skills and improve, we’re seeing more often than many newer players are being eliminated early with no kills – and oftentimes with no damage dealt. You’ve been telling us for a while that the widening skill gap is creating a more and more challenging environment for some of our players and we’re now ready to talk about our plan to help this. In an effort to provide more ways for players to hone their skills and be able to fully enjoy what PUBG has to offer, we’ve decided to introduce bots with Update 7.1. Bots can have both positive or negative effects on a game depending on how well it is programmed, so let’s go over some of the things we’ve been considering when programming these artificial aggressors.PUBG Dev letter
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