PUBG Corp. has released a "Dev Letter" to the community of the online shooter PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. The State of the Union-style address, posted on the game's official Steam page, admits that the team have been "rightfully called out" on bad communication, with hopes to create a better line of dialogue with the community going forward.
Following this statement is a long list of fixes currently being undertaken to improve the overall PUBG experience. This includes fixes to the performance of in-game assets, such as character movement, animation and the implementation of vehicles. But the team seems mostly concerned with the technical jank that affects their Battle Royale title, such as lighting problems, frame-rate drops and loading times.
On the server side of things, PUBG Corp. are working to improve the game's general online stability, as well as tweaking data transfer code to prevent items and scenery from spawning in late. Of course, constant work is being done to combat that demon of online gaming: lag.