PUBG console players will now be able to enjoy cross party play with the latest 6.2 update. With Cross Party Play, PlayStation 4 players will be able to team up with Xbox One players, a feature that fans of the game were watching. The update also brings a new team deathmatch mode to the game. The update is live on Public Test Server (PTS) on both consoles so if you haven’t downloaded it, go to the ‘Purchased’ section on the Microsoft Store on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
Last year, PUBG Initiated Play for cross-platform Playstation 4 And Xbox one Players but they could not make squads until now. new 6.2 update Enables players on both consoles to invite each other and to the same party. The list of friends has also undergone a change with four tabs namely ‘Platform’, received PUBG ‘,’ Hall ‘, and’ Team ‘. The ‘platform’ will be the list of your existing friends or new friends that you add on the same platform. ‘PUBG’ is the new friends list where you can organize your friends list on platforms. ‘Hall’ shows the list of players you have added in recent matches while the shows team shows the names of your current teammates.
New, with cross party play PUBG The update also brings the ‘Team Deathmatch’ mode to the game. This is an 8v8 FPP only mode where the match lasts for 10 minutes and the first team to reach 50 forts wins the round. Unlike the regular team-based Battle Royal mode, there will be no knockdown, but instead, players will react. The developers have also made some other requested changes with grenades, as well as other changes.
According to the patch notes, live server maintenance ended on February 20 and players can experience both cross party play and team deathmatch in the NA (North America) region.
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