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.
So that's fair- for now, might as well enjoy it in third person.
The PUBG subreddit is pretty ecstatic about the news, as first-person servers have been high on their wish-list for some time now. He said the update will be rolled out first to North America and Europe solo and duo games, but would eventually make its way to the rest of the world after more "polish". Instead of hiding behind cover and scoping an area as many players do, first person mode will be sure to keep players on edge even more than the game does already.
But something has apparently changed, as Greene announced on Twitter yesterday that first-person-only servers are coming, and they will roll out with the game's July update.
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First person in PUBG is a little more daunting than third person as the view point constrains what you can see, naturally.
The development team initially planned to launch the full version PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds within six months after it was added to Steam's Early Access program, so players expected the final release by September.
First-person servers are in the works for popular battle royale game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.