'Playerunknown's Battlegrounds' Gets First-Person Servers Soon

Geronimo Vena
Luglio 18, 2017

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is easily one of the biggest and most successful indie games of all time. So far, though, the customization options are a bit meager. And speaking to PvP Live, Bluehole executive producer Chang Han Kim addressed that aspect of the game. You have a list of presets for character design, hair, skin tones and such.

Now in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, character customization allows players to change their skin color, hair style and face design besides offering them cosmetic slots for their apparel which includes shoes, gloves, shirts and masks. Tattoos, clothing logos, and other clothes interactions were a few of the ideas shared. Hence, you'll literally be able to customize your tee.

The PUBG exclusive Twitch Prime gear is now about as customizable as it gets. PvP Live reports that the latter will be fully customizable in something which might resemble For Honor's playful approach to user-made emblem creation.

Much of what has been discussed in this article can be found in the developer's "Character Customization" short revealed near the end of a year ago.

While players can now use an option to switch from the game's traditional third-person mode to first-person, there's no way to force all players on a server to use the same perspective. That made it the fourth most played game on Valve's Steam at the time, with almost 383,000 people in the game's servers at once.

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