PUBG Corps seems to be taking PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds stability pretty seriously. According to the game’s community coordinator PUBG Keyboard And Mouse Support on consoles are planned to be disabled in the future.
Seeing it from a wide perspective, players that grind on consoles with a keyboard and a mouse against players with gamepads actually feels unfair. PUBG Corps seems to have this in mind, with PUBG’s community coordinator Dan “RoboDanjal” tweeting:
We have been gathering in-game information regarding Third Party device usage over the past few months. Although usage of these devices is statistically very low, fair gameplay is core to our experience, and we will be communicating our plan to curb the use of these devices soon.
This might take some time for us to see it in action but it’s an encouraging thing to know that PUBG Corp is actually making the effort of providing it. As PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds grows and gains more and more fans, keeping players within limitations will be an easy task but given their efforts to ban cheating accounts, it’s not impossible.
In related news, the new PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Savage map, which is set in a 4×4 tropical island is now available for testing on PC. Furthermore, a long-awaited killer spectator mode is also available on the test server, letting you spectate the guy who eliminated you after your kill cam, much like in Fortnite.
Also, make sure to grab your Free SCAR-L Skin as a reward for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds first year anniversary. Weapon skins will also be available in the future and are available for testing so there’s much to be waiting for the game in the future.
As for its console version, those updates will probably be implemented at the same time as PC since developers have promised to deliver updates for both platforms at the same time.