PUBG players requested for a long time a rocket launcher they could use in the game. Now, the developers have finally complied with their request and added the feature to the popular title. This is also a great move from the PUBG Corporation that regains the trust of the players, which were disappointed after the recent polemics the title found itself into.
Not long ago, the developers of the game assured players that they are planning to include their opinions and concepts while developing the new updates for PUBG. The new addition, Panzerfaust, demonstrates that the gaming studio respects its promises.
There were already a few players that got to test the new game modes and other features on the test servers, and according to their reports, the developers will later decide whether certain features are in need of some adjustments before releasing them to the game.
After much teasing, the #Panzerfaust is now available on the test server! Try out the new weapon along side the rebalanced M249, Tommy Gun, and UMP-45!
— PUBG (@PUBG) March 11, 2020
Here is the latest announcement made by PUBG’s developers:
“Update 6.3 just opened up on the Test Servers, and we’ve got some big updates coming your way. We’re dropping the much-teased Panzerfaust onto Karakin, rebalancing some weapons, including one formerly only found in Care Packages, and summing it all up with some bug fixes and quality of life improvements including the much-requested change to invincibility in Team Deathmatch. All this and more in Update 6.3! Read on for all the details.”
Players will have the possibility to use the Panzerfaust only on the Karakin map, as a rare weapon. The item can be collected from airdrops and used as a substitute for sticky bombs, which are usually utilized to blow off specific walls on the map. The Panzerfaust generates a blast wave when fired, and it would be great if you’d warn the members of your team before firing it close to them.
Meanwhile, the maintenance of the game’s live servers is scheduled to take place on March 18th from 1:30 a.m. CET in order to roll out the PUBG 6.3 update. The new release will come with the highly-awaited Panzerfaust, some weapon updates, performance enhancements, and more.