PUBG weapon damage stats become increasingly important as you begin to think more competitively about how you play the game.
PUBG's new 4x4 map Sanhok, previously known as Savage, is for players who're up for a little more feisty a challenge than usual.
PUBG Emotes are here on Xbox and PS4, having already arrived on both the live and test servers on PC, and they make for a very handy way to communicate - and mess around - without using a mic.
The PUBG desert map Miramar is here for all platforms, after months of teases, screenshots, datamines and a debut on the test server way back when it was first announced in 2017.
Erangel, the first PUBG map, is not small - it can't be, if it's going to house hundreds upon hundreds of games over and over again - and even though it can feel like second nature at times, the ubiquitous design of the buildings, trees, and rolling battleground countryside are easy enough to get lost in.
PUBG's snow map, Vikendi, is live now on PC, and is coming soon to the live servers of PlayStation and Xbox console versions.
PUBG, or PlayerUnkown's Battlegrounds to those who like to keep it official, is pretty simple on the surface, but it's a classic example of a game much deeper than it looks.
PUBG graphics settings have become weirdly important over time, as a combination of the game's somewhat shonky performance and, interestingly, the fact that you can gain a pretty clear competitive advantage by making a few tweaks in the menus.
PUBG loot can be found all over the place, but spend some real time with the game and you'll quickly realise some places are consistently better than others.
PUBG XP and levels has been introduced as a mechanic alongside the Event Pass system, adding an entirely new form of progression.
PUBG Achievements and Trophies have landed, give you something to - excuse the pun - shoot for while playing matches on PS4, Xbox and PC.
PUBG Custom Matches were once tricky to get into, but they're now open to everyone in beta form.
PUBG Roadmap details have emerged in recent times and as a result we now, at last, have a pretty clear idea of what Bluehole is set to do next - at least, we do for the more immediate future!
Here on this page, we'll outline the current status of the both the Xbox PUBG Roadmap and the original PUBG Roadmap for PC - which runs slightly ahead of its console cousin - so you have a clear idea of what's coming up soon and, where the developer has said anything specific, when we can expect it to arrive.
PUBG Roadmap for PC - what's the 2018 PC PUBG Roadmap?
PUBG Missions are things you can complete whilst playing PUBG, whether you have a PUBG Event Pass or not.
PUBG Event Pass is a new way to unlock cosmetic items in Bluehole's battle royale shooter.
PUBG Mobile - also known as PUBG Exhilarating Battlefield in China - is a surprisingly faithful take on the PC and console shooter that took 2017 by storm.
Battlegrounds first-person only mode is a new addition as part of the game's fourth monthly update.
PUBG's replay controls can be surprisingly finickity, with no clear idea given in-game for how to use them. It can be especially frustrating when you're trying to find out how to fast forward, use the camera and generally skip to the action, too, so we've whipped up a quick guide for explaining just that.
PUBG on Xbox One gives console players a taste of one of the year's biggest games, with Microsoft itself pitching in to translate the Steam Early Access smash hit to Xbox One just in time for Christmas.