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15 July 2017, 12:31 | Ricardo Garza
Screengrab via PUBG YouTube
First-person-only servers will be coming to NA and European Union region solo and duo games first, then expanding to other regions and game types.
However, Greene recently revealed that the development team has chose to push back the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds full release to before the end of this year's fourth quarter. That means no first-person squads just yet, and no Oceanic or Asian servers.
In PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, using the third-person camera to peek around corners while you remain comfortably out of harm's way is key to survival. Creator Brendan "PlayerUnknown" Greene made the announcement on Twitter today, with the updated slated next month for NA/EU solo and duo matches. Greene wrote, "Dedicated first-person servers will take some time as it requires a lot of work from all teams, [it's] not as easy as just flipping a switch. Our game, platform, engineering, and gameplay teams all need to do work to make it happen, and they are all quite busy with optimisation work at the moment!"
The July update will also include the oft-requested FOV slider for the game.
The first-person servers will only be available on solo and duo playlists in European Union and NA regions at first, in order to weed out any bugs, with other regions following suit later. Are you up to the challenge?
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