PUBG Mobile might be the most popular version of Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, but that hasn't stopped PUBG PC developer PUBG Corp from trying to improve the battle royale game that started it all. PUBG PC gets Update 22. This brings new anti-cheat tech, a rank system, and more. Replays have been updated as well so replay footage from past updates are no longer playable.
Also new is a rank system. Details are infrequent, but PUBG Corp says there are eight total ranks and ascending through them needs you to play 10 provisional matches first. Ranks are decided by points earned. Promotion and demotion through the ranks is decided by total points earned. Players will move up or down in the system as they play based upon their current Rank Points, which will be awarded according to in-game performance.
PUBG's ranking system does not have its own matchmaking the way many other competitive games do for their own such systems. Instead, player performance will be tracked through standard matches.
Furthermore, fixes have been made to PUBG PC's UI. It sports a radial design allowing quick selection of items without opening the inventory or pressing separate keys. Players can now magnify the minimal in a match, and it's easier to see when your friends have logged out or disconnected. You can check out the complete list of fixes on the official PUBG site.
Source : Gadgets360