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PUBG Developer Bluehole Will Patch the Game Less Frequently

Playerunknown's Battlegrounds developer Bluehole will release patches less frequently leading up to the game's full release. PUBG has been patched numerous times since its Early Access release this March. According to a post on PUBG's Steam page, Bluehole decided to rework its update schedule as part of an effort to approach game revisions more thoughtfully. "Until the official release of the game, we will not have our scheduled weekly or monthly patches rolling out as often as before," per the post.
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