In the final patch this week, the PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS developers have the expected Custom match Option built in. This allows players to create matches with their own conditions and also dare to try more complex mods.
PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS - Custom Matches still in beta
The feature is still in beta testing so far, so any feedback to the developers is very welcome. And of course you have to be prepared for small mistakes and lots of changes.
PC Players: With custom matches now in open beta, we've released a guide to assist you in creating your first custom match.
- PUBG (@PUBG) July 21, 2018
Here is the announcement from the developers:
Earlier this week we announced the open beta test for custom matches. This is something that many people have been waiting for a long time, and we're sure a ton of you are eager to try out creating your own games!
With so many options and settings to play around with, some of you will probably feel a bit lost when setting up your first ever custom match. For that reason, we've created the user guide below to help explain how it all works.
As mentioned above, this is an open beta test, so keep in mind that there may be various changes made to the system over time. We'll likely tweak things to reflect your feedback. Other changes in consideration of server or game stability may come as well (such as limitations on total number of sessions, or conditions for creating custom matches).
For now, let's get into the details!
Table of Contents
- Create Custom Match
- Normal mode
- Zombie fashion
- Was fashion
- Esports fashion
The complete instructions can be found at Steam and goes into great detail on the individual variants, including, for example, the zombie mode.