PUBG 4.3 Update Introduces ON PS4/X1 Cross-Play platform

PUBG 4.3 Update Introduces ON PS4 / X1 Cross-Play platform

Today a new update for PUBG has been released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, which presents some completely new features for the game, as well as the long-awaited multiplatform game.

Update 4.3, which is now available on both consoles, allows PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players to enjoy online play. Players in both formats enter the same pairing group, as well as Survival Mastery, DBS, and more


Multiplatform Game

Players can now pair with players from the other console platform with Cross-Platform Play.

The Cross Party feature that allows players to join with players from different platforms is currently not supported.

The function between parties is scheduled to be developed and the details will be shared at a later date.

The Multiplatform Game option can be activated/deactivated in “Settings – Game – General Settings”.

If a game cannot be found after a certain time with the Cross Platform Play option “off”, players will be asked if they wish to activate the Cross Platform Play option.
Platform Identification Icon

Players who play on the same platform will display the logo of the platform in front of their ID when they play in the Cross Platform Play “on” option.
Players will be able to identify the platform of other users in the loot box, when viewing, in the user’s status message, etc.


The leaderboard will be displayed differently depending on the status of the Cross-Platform Play option.

Multiplatform game option in the leaderboard will show the two players of the platform
Multiplatform game option disabled: the leaderboard will show only players from the same platform

Survivor Title System Season 4

Survival Title System Season 4 has arrived with new seasonal rewards!

Survival Title System Season 4 begins once Console Update 4.3 reaches live servers.

Survival points (SP) obtained from the preseason are transferred.

UPDATE: players will receive a bonus of 1000 SP in each mode in which they participated during the preseason.

The bonus no longer applies exclusively to those who have reached 1970 SP due to an unexpected technical difficulty.

SP earnings have increased significantly in Erangel, Miramar and Vikendi to make the SP won more fair on all maps with a similar time played

New Feature: Survival Mastery

“Develop your not-so-murderous instincts.”

We are pleased to introduce the Survival Mastery system, where players can develop their less-lethal aspects of the PUBG game. This complementary Weapon Mastery system, which allows players to progress in their firearms skills, will also present new ways for players to express their personalities on the battlefields with new rewards and PUBG identification.

Survival Mastery is a new progression system in which players increase levels by earning XP based on player survival patterns.

The system works all the time without being affected by the seasons. The level limit for the survival domain is 500.

Players can earn XP in the following situations:
Using objects during combat
Revive a teammate

Timeline system that shows a summary of all survival actions performed in a match

Players can verify the survival actions they have performed in their previous game in a timeline sequence from Master> Last Game Tab.

The activities below will be displayed on the timeline, along with other activities to earn XP.

Place where players perform certain actions.
Damage inflicted and received
Distance a player travels using vehicles
Phases of the surviving Blue Zone

New Weapon: DBS

“The DPS in the DBS is OMG!”

DBS is a double-barrel bullpup shotgun that can only be obtained initially from Care Packages.

It has two internal load tubes that allow the user to load up to fourteen rounds of 12 gauge.

Thanks to these combined firing mechanics, DBS can produce massive explosions of damage in a short period of time.

The upper rail of the weapon allows a holographic view, red dot and 2x to 6x range.

The maximum effective range to do damage with DBS is 100 m

Featured Map :

The map presented has changed from Erangel to Sanhok.

The game mode selection user interface has changed.

Custom Match (XBOX Only)

Erangel Visual Update option added to custom matches
Erangel Visual Update will be called “Erangel” and the previous version will be called “Erangel Classic”.
All game modes can be played in both variants of Erangel.

Change of vehicle auto-acceleration key binding

The vehicle’s auto-acceleration key combination will change from (Double Tap) RT (Xbox) / R2 (PS4) to (Hold) RT (Xbox) / R2 (PS4) + (Tap) R-Stick (Xbox) / R3 ( PS4) due to community request.


Lobby navigation enhancement

The main lobby screen will change similar to the PC.

Touch LB, RB (Xbox) / L3 / R3 (PS4) to move through the menu tab, LT / RT (Xbox) / L2 / R2 (PS4) to move through the bottom tab.

The user interface of the CUSTOMIZE menu has been changed to be more compatible with the console.

“STORE – MY ITEMS” has been merged into “UTILITY”.

A NEWS AND EVENTS banner was added, where players can find news about PUBG while they are in the lobby.

CONFIGURATION, CONTROLLER GUIDE and RESTART LOBBY have been merged into System Menu.

Health bars will not be displayed in the game lobby in FPP modes.

Bug Fixes

Fixed an issue where the player was sent back to the lobby after the message “lost connection to the host” appeared when loading in the game.

Fixed an issue where the character’s steps could not be heard when walking backwards against the corners of the objects.

Fixed an issue where the shooting animation of the flare gun darkened when it was in the prone position.

Fixed an issue where grenade damage in rare situations could be received through objects.

Fixed an issue that showed an incorrect distance of death when a disconnected player is killed.

Fixed an issue where the healing items would be canceled by pressing Sprint without moving

Fixed an issue where UAZ wheels were not destroyed after being hit several times.

Fixed an issue where the skull icons were incorrectly displayed on the minimap in the simplified Chinese language version.

Fixed an issue that caused an excessively bright light effect on the side mirror of motorcycles.

Fixed an issue where the parachutes were not shown in training mode with a fully equipped bag.

Fixed an issue where players were eliminated by force from training mode when they jumped over a certain wall.

Fixed an issue where a certain action could cause the BP and Blue coupons to recede after being exchanged.

Fixed an issue where players intermittently joined the match only in FPP: NA mode.

Fixed an issue where it was difficult to read the “estimated time” while pairing.

The user interface of the preview screen of the challenge mission weapon mask was corrected.

Fixed an issue where the size of the airplane icon on the map did not change even if the map had been enlarged.

Fixed an issue where the items inside the players’ boxes were not organized correctly.

Fixed an issue where the “Punk Destruction Set – Jacket” looks different when used compared to the product image.

Fixed an issue where a moving line appeared at the bottom of the screen when opening the inventory after using a smoke grenade.

Fixed an issue where quick bookmarks didn’t work after turning off the radio message option.

Fixed an issue where the characters could move faster on the stairs after performing certain actions.

Fixed an issue where the PUBG ID of another player was intermittently cut off.

Fixed an issue where the audible sound of the steps was heard incorrectly in certain situations.

Fixed an issue where a certain action could cause the BP and Blue coupons to recede after being exchanged.

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