<i>PUBG<\/i> is still performing exceptionally well in the battle royale space. It was one of the first games of its kind and ever since its release back in 2016, it has steadily improved in major departments. That includes gameplay, modes, and the diverse amount of weapons players can use to come out on top.\r\n\r\nUpdate 6.2 is now live for the PC, and with it, a lot of changes and improvements have been made. Let\u2019s take a look at the most impactful according to PUBG Corporation\u2019s patch notes. Probably the most significant update that\u2019s now available is a Team Deathmatch mode featuring 8v8 action. So far, players seem to really like it.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=hV95NJpkYok\r\n\r\nYou can compare it closely with the modes in the Call of Duty franchise, and that\u2019s not a bad thing. Sometimes, it\u2019s nice to change up rulesets and gameplay mechanics in favor of something new. The new mode is called Victory and it\u2019s a great addition to an already fantastic game. It wouldn\u2019t be surprising to see more modes like it get added in the future.\r\n\r\nIn terms of adjustments, a lot have been made to the different grenades. First up is the frag grenade. Looking at patch notes, vests can now buffer damage caused by frags. Players in the prone position also will take 20% less damage from these grenades.\r\n\r\nNext up is the smoke grenade. The fuse time has been decreased from 3 seconds to 1. That should help players cover up areas in smoke quickly as to provide cover for the rest of their teammates. The 3 seconds that these grenades had prior to this update have caused a lot of frustration, so it\u2019s great to see the developer make improvements based on community feedback.\u00a0Lastly, stun grenades have an increased indirect hit radius and adjustments have been made to the camera shake mechanics and sounds.\r\n\r\nOverall, Update 6.2 seems full of competent improvements and new systems that should make <i>PUBG<\/i> on the PC a much better experience overall. It\u2019s amazing to see how far this battle royale game has come since launching. Based on the past updates, the developer doesn\u2019t seem to be slowing down any time soon. You can bet they\u2019ll introduce new modes and systems that keep players on their toes.\r\n\r\nAs we approach the next generation of consoles, it will be compelling to see what sort of shape <i>PUBG<\/i> takes on to keep up with the times. One thing is for certain: <i>PUBG<\/i> isn\u2019t going anywhere.