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Season 6 has ushered in a lot of changes, and we test them out on today's stream for you to see.
Karakin is being introduced alongside brand new gameplay features, and there's also a new Survivor Pass as well.
Plus a whole host of gameplay tweaks are inbound, including breach points and bullet penetration on certain walls.
The service is expanding to include even more big names, joining the likes of God of War and Uncharted 4.
The first steps will be taken to make sure that items are more satisfactory for players, including the removal of keys.
We're in the middle of the new season, so we're seeing what's new this time around in the battle royale game.
This rewards you for actions that aren't directly tied to combat, and lets you personalise your soldier as well.
Season 4 brings yet another update, this time adding a new progression system, a new weapon and more.
This was revealed during yesterday's Inside Xbox show, and we can expect it to land later this year.
New features like the remade Erangel map have arrived, and we're seeing what's new this afternoon for a few hours.
After the launch of the new Event Pass and a big update to Erangel, we dived back into the battle royale shooter to see where it's at.
It seems the lawsuit is behind the battle royale pair, as revealed by studio director Brian Corrigan.
Erangel's map update takes centre-stage, although there are various other tweaks and content to see.
PUBG Corp. is using various methods to tackle hacking in their game, from machine learning to international partnerships.
The Jordanian government is looking to take a stand against "violent video games", with information suggesting Fortnite could be next.