Testing for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is about to get underway but players have to apply to take part because this is a limited test.
First of all, testing is FPP (first-person) only in NA and EU and TPP (third-person) only in other regions. PUBG stresses that much of the map is incomplete and they are wanting community feedback to push development in the right direction. A larger test will be rolled out later once more of the map is complete. The new map will be testing with 100 players in case you were wondering.
The first test runs from 7PM PDT 2 April until 4AM PDT on 5 April so it’s a fairly short test. More dates will be announced at a later time.
Assuming all of the above is fine, testers need to apply to take part via this webpage and players will have to authenticate with Steam during the process. Assuming you are granted access, testers will use the PUBG: Closed Experimental Server in Steam to test.
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