A new PUBG PC patch has been introduced to the test environment of the popular battle royale shooter and it comes with some loot crate-centric additions. In the latest patch notes for the update, the chances to earn items from said crates have been fully outlined and you might not like the odds.
The update has added two types of crates: a Biker crate, which is the free version; and a Desperado crate, which is purchasable. Each crate has a 40% chance of arriving to you, while the previous Wanderer and Survivor crates have seen their chance to drop lowered to 10%.
Both crates are packed with cosmetic items including coats, jackets, and face masks, but the rates of some of the rares are extraordinarily low. A leopard-print cloth mask from the Desperado crate has a 0.16% chance of dropping, while checkered cloth masks and sleeveless biker jackets from the Biker crate offer a 0.01% chance of arriving.
The test update also has added new features to replay that let players see the loadout of a player as well as report a player if they find something fishy, along with a variety of other bug fixes and adjustments.
As for the crates in question, players in test are being granted 100k BP and six Keys to test stability. It should be noted that these freebies are for the test environment only. The full patch notes are here
Those are some pretty bad odds. I mean, REALLY bad odds. That said, more transparency in loot crate practices is something we’ve been wanting so we have to at least be thankful that we know what we’re getting in to. Still, though….yeesh.
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