The PUBG subreddit is pretty ecstatic about the news, as first-person servers have been high on their wish-list for some time now. However, they will not be available across all servers or game modes. Furthermore, Bluehole has been experimenting with a first-person mode, which will also be coming in its next monthly update.
First-person-only servers will be coming to NA and European Union region solo and duo games first, then expanding to other regions and game types. "[It's] not as easy as just flipping a switch", Greene stated on the Battlegrounds Discord. The July update will see implementation of the much welcomed field of view slider as well as dedicated first-person servers.
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"Our game, platform, engineering, and gameplay teams all need to do work to make it happen, and they are all quite busy with optimisation work at the moment!"
These will be additional servers and won't replace the current, third-person modes.
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Until then, we'll have to rely on custom game modes for something different than the vanilla Battlegrounds. Third-person provides a super-wide perspective for moving around outdoors, while first-person is critical for lining up a shot indoors or around obstacles.
The new mode will release sometime in August, and will be rolled out for solo and duo game modes on European and North American servers first.
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