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PUBG tweaks 'zone of death' pacing in major new update

13 April 2018, 06:54 | Brandon Parsons

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With the changes in PUBG 1.0 update 10, the blue zone will begin shrinking earlier in the match, and the time between each phase has been reduced.

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This latest update introduces some significant changes to the Blue Zone and Safe Zone, as well as removing all in-game clothing spawns.

The maximum movement speed of the Blue Zone has been reduced.

This will allow players to wander around less and gather closely with heavily equipped players at the start of the game while finding loot but this has a catch, time is slowed later in the game towards the end with more damage increase.

What do you think of PUBG's blue zone changes?

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The 4x4km Savage map is a quarter of the size of the game's other two maps, European map Erangel and desert-themed Miramar. Also, PUBG Corp has reduced the chance of outlier safe zones that are over water or in far, far corners of the map.

The Oasis can now be found in the north, and Alcantara village has been added to the northwest.

If you are a team leader, you can now kick your team members. Aside from these gameplay changes, there has also been a handful of bug fixes, as you'd expect.

Just like previous PUBG Test Server updates, these changes will be deployed on live servers soon.

This also should improve performance when several players are in close proximity.

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