PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds screenshot of a bike chasing a car

[Update]: It took over four years, but PUBG has now gone free-to-play on all platforms.

After having an incredibly successful Early Access period which skyrocketed it to the very top of the Steam charts, PlayerUnknown's Battleground has now finally and officially released. However, just because the beta tag has been removed doesn't mean the performance is any less of a concern, so make sure you bear that in mind if you decide to join in and see what PUBG is all about.

As far as content is concerned, you'll be glad to hear that the full release was accompanied by a massive update. There is now a brand new map by the name of Miramar that currently has a higher chance of being selected, five new weapons to toy around with, three new vehicles to inevitably crash and flip over, the ability to vault and climb over small obstacles, and perhaps most importantly of all, a variety of weapon changes that will make long-range gunfights just a bit more skillful.

If you're interested in all of the details, as well as a brief overview of how the new weapons will function, I would recommend you head over to the official patch notes. On the other hand, if you just want a quick overview of the new map, vehicles and weapons, you'll find one of the most recent trailers right below. Enjoy the video, and good luck with your chicken dinner!