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PUBG Xbox One June 20 Update Patch Notes Explained

It’s another week in Battle Royale paradise so you know what that means, the PUBG Xbox One June 20 Update Patch Notes are now out. This week’s patch notes aren’t nearly big as recent updates so don’t go expecting too, too much from this new update for the console version of the game.

However, don’t let that deter you. The PUBG Xbox One June 20 Update Patch Notes are still just as important as ever. You won’t want to miss out on these patch notes, as they do help fix some key issues that were affecting some players on Xbox One. Let’s go ahead and dive right in.

PUBG Xbox One June 20 Update Patch Notes Explained

Like we mentioned above, it is worth noting that the PUBG Xbox One June 20 Update Patch Notes aren’t nearly as big as other updates that you might be used to. This update is actually a hotfix and not necessarily a major content update at all. Let’s go ahead and dive into everything that is in this hotfix update that is out today on June 20.

You can find all of the PUBG Xbox One June 20 Update Patch Notes below:

  • A memory leak was fixed regarding character renders, increasing efficiency of the process and reducing crashes. This will help with reducing crashes when playing for a long duration.
  • We’ve made improvements to level streaming logic which will reduce crashes.
  • Fixed a bug where vehicles would sometimes lift off the ground and spin rapidly

And that’s it! There isn’t much more to the PUBG Xbox One June 20 Update Patch Notes than that right there. Like we said, it’s just a hotfix. Too bad that it didn’t add the new Sanhok map to the Xbox One version. Hopefully, it will be brought to the game soon enough. To know exactly when that happens, keep an eye right here.