Looking to see where exactly you went wrong during PUBG matches? Bluehole Studios in partnership with gaming firm Minkonet have announced that the title will be receiving 3D replays and killcams with the final build release tomorrow.
3D Replay provides seamless playback video of the primary player’s gameplay as well as the ability to closely follow another user’s gaming feats and arena roaming as an in-game observer.
Killcam functionality provides advanced insight and learning opportunities for players interested in closely re-examining gameplay missteps as well as detecting in-game cheating from Speed Hack, Aimbot or the Extrasensory Perception (ESP) hacking.
According to Gamingbolt, Minkonet has opened a Los Angeles office in the hopes of shopping their technology around to other online-focused games and to sell themselves to a North American developer market better. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds launches the official 1.0 version on December 20th on PC, but Xbox One version is still in its Game Preview Program.
‘PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS is a last-man-standing shooter being developed with community feedback. Starting with nothing, players must fight to locate weapons and supplies in a battle to be the lone survivor. This realistic, high tension game is set on a massive 8×8 km island with a level of detail that showcases Unreal Engine 4’s capabilities.’
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