A small patch released yesterday that brought an attempt from the developers to reduce intermittent in-game lag and reduces character position readjustment issues. The number of bans so far equates to around 5.7% of the game's total player base on PC.
Meghan Markle was 'shortlisted' to be the next Bond Girl
She's glamorous and sexy and a good actress. "Obviously, she had a family". She always had this family. "She has a large family".
Though the patch should help smooth things out, there is more work to be done. Developer Bluehole has shared a list of patch notes for this new update, which is simply being called "PC 1.0 Update #1". Furthermore, resuming a replay will take you to where you left off, so you no longer need to watch them from the beginning. The Xbox One version needs all the help it can get when it comes to lag, so we'll hopefully hear of more progress on that front soon. However, a multitude of causes have triggered the in-game lag issue to become worse or happen more frequently in the last few weeks. "The issues can not be attributed to one or two causes and have stemmed from a combination of different factors which is why we need to continuously work on resolving and investigating the problem", PUBG Corp said. As such, Bluehole and Microsoft have been working really hard to make sure that people know about the port of the popular game of 2017. PUBG Corp said that reducing lag remains a top concern, and that it will be analyzing and fixing other issues every day. We would like to apologize again for the inconvenience and we will continue to do our best to resolve the issues.
Mayweather Won't Fight in MMA or Box Again — Showtime's Espinoza
However, White shot down any notion that the UFC should have stripped McGregor of the lightweight title by now. Out of nowhere, Dana White popped onto FS1 this afternoon and opened up about Conor McGregor .
Democrat hails new chapter for United States after Senate win over controversial Republican
He also said he completed a lie detector test after the election that he argued proved the allegations against him were false. Swearing-in ceremonies for Jones are set for January 3 when the Senate reconvenes from its winter break.
- Orrin Hatch Says He's 'Grateful' for Biting Editorial That Suggested He Resign
- Is Arizona's flu season historically bad this year?
- Husband Arrested After Crying Baby Leads Police To Dead Mother
- Donald Trump attacks Vanity Fair and Hillary Clinton on Twitter
- 9 dead after gunmen attack Egypt church in terror attack
- Marijuana: Pregnant Women Are Using More Cannabis, Says New Study
- Canadian Blood Services in Red Deer waiting for donors
- Cold air, small snow chances, start off your weekend
- Bitter cold ahead for much of northern US
- Gov. Hutchinson: Prepayment of Property Taxes up to County Officials