PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, famously known as PUBG has decided to add a new training mode in order to fix issues including cheating and slow performance within the game. The new update will allow the players to polish up their skills while improving upon the parachute landings, shooting or anything else that the player seeks to improve on.
The company took to Twitter and announced the new training mode that will enable 5 to 20 players to play in a two-square-kilometer map.
In the map, players will have firing range with moving as well as stationary targets in addition to the close combat practice and melee attacks.
The new training map is slated to be released in the next month and there might be more changes to the features of the training map.
Introducing Training Mode.— PUBG (@PUBG) August 22, 2018
Training Mode is a new 2x2km map that will allow players to practice all aspects of PUBG: driving, racing, parachuting, throwables, CQC.
And yes of course there's a shooting range.
Training mode comes to PUBG next month: https://t.co/h4UNkoQCjr pic.twitter.com/MiV3F5pRSh