Tonight's PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds patch adds loot crates and a new report function

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Some of the items are insanely rare, down to a 0.01% drop rate. Now, "you no longer need to be killed by a suspected cheater for you to be able to use the in-game reporting tool", as you can report players directly from the replay feature.

Developers also added two new crates to the crate system.

2017's runaway video game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is expanding its range of loot crates from two to four, with one of them becoming the action game's first permanently available paid-for crate. The only country where it still hasn't really gotten a foothold is China.

The publication of drop rates not only brings a measure of transparency to "PUBG"'s implementation of loot boxes, regardless of how far it ameliorates the variable ratio reward effect, but it is also in line with Chinese legislation.

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To be honest the new update regarding the new cosmetic crates in PlayerUnkown's battleground is somewhat not as promising due to their drop rate.

Some of the drop rates are insanely low, going into the second decimal. The rarest item in the biker crate has a 0.01% chance of dropping, the Desperado crate the one that will cost you an Early Bird key to unlock has 0.16% and 0.32% chance of dropping. This is based on the fact that you can only get six crates through earning Battle Points. That's 79 years. Of course, these items don't affect gameplay, but still, jeez. The best you can do is that the gods of RNG will be on your side.

For a detailed look at all the patch notes, and the drop probabilities for the new crates, hit the patch notes link above. For more details on the patch notes, you can check out the announcement on Steam.

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