PUBG PC Servers To Not Be Taken Down For Maintenance This Week

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If you play PUBG on PC, then there is now lots to cheer about as there would be no live routine server maintenance taking place in this week. No downtime.

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If you play PUBG on PC, then there is now lots to cheer about as there would be no live routine server maintenance taking place in this week. This means that you could continue playing without having to worry about having to face downtime. New changes would be implemented soon. 

No potential server downtime

Now, as per an official tweet by PUBG, changes would be implemented on 12 November, and twice on 13 November. The new changes include the likes of multiple enhancements to back-end stability. Check out PUBG’s official notification, on Twitter, regarding the new live server maintenance, below: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At this juncture, PUBG for PC is also getting the Update 5.1 that introduces cooler ways of weakening enemies. This includes the usage of melee weapons to throw on opponents. Sometimes, you could even kill opponents by correctly throwing melee weapons.  Click here to check out how to throw melee weapons. Then, the update introduces newer aspects such as a brand new vending machine in Miramar map. This is to supply energy drinks and pain killers to players. This vending machine could also be used as cover to shield from enemies. These represent the key aspects in the Update 5.1 to PUBG for PCs. In related news, the PUBG Mobile is getting Update 0.15.5 with the Payload Mode enhancements. Do check these out as well. 

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