PlayerUnknown wants your feedback on PUBG's in-game HUD
As an early access title, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is always changing and being updated. Today, Brendan "PlayerUnknown" Greene is directly asking fans of the game for feedback on one particular facet of the gameplay experience.
In a blog post, Greene detailed that he and the team at Bluehole want to know what players think of PUBG's heads-up display, or HUD, which shows relevant information on the gameplay screen.
"Today we need your feedback regarding the development of our in-game HUD," said Greene. "Our dev team is considering two possible directions that we could take. We are asking the community for your opinions and feedback so we can make the most informed decision possible."
The two possible directions that Greene described are basically whether or not the player should have to open up their inventory screen to check the availability or quantity of consumable items and grenades. There is actually a poll that everyone can participate in to help the dev team decide which course of action to take.
"We must state that this is NOT a popularity vote, but a means to understand the needs and desires of the community," said Greene. "By working together, we believe that we can build and provide a better game experience for everyone."
This is just the latest example of Greene and Bluehole's tireless efforts of improving the hugely popular game, which is now almost four months into early access. It is still on track for a full release by the end of 2017.
About an hour after posting the poll, the results were overwhelmingly in favor of adding more information to the gameplay screen.