PUBG now lets you parkour in the newest update. On twitter this tweeted with the caption “Embrace your inner parkour ninja with the new Ledge Grab feature. Leap long distances and get the drop on the competition!” Below is the video: In the patch 30 notes, this is what they have to say about the new parkouring in PUBG. Ledge […]
PUBG now lets you parkour in the newest update. On twitter this tweeted with the caption “Embrace your inner parkour ninja with the new Ledge Grab feature. Leap long distances and get the drop on the competition!” Below is the video:
In the patch 30 notes, this is what they have to say about the new parkouring in PUBG.
“Find new ways to fight, jump, grab, get up, and go with our new Ledge Grab feature!”
Ledge grab allows you to take new paths by climbing up the edge of roofs, fences, and obstacles up to 2.5 meters high, and jump from building to building or container to container.
Now that players can move to places they weren’t able to reach before, we look forward to seeing gameplay with new strategies climbing to places your opponent won’t be able to anticipate.
How to use
You can activate ledge grab by either jumping or vaulting (space bar) and then continue to press the space bar or by pressing the space bar at the right timing in midair, heading towards the target location.
You can cancel the ledge grab while it is activated and fall to the ground by following the same method of cancelling the vaulting/climbing.
The Dev team did have a message to say about Ledge grabbing.
This is the first iteration of ledge grab, you cannot yet hang on the railings or slide down railings. However, ledge grab will be updated twice in total including this update, the dev team will keep working to enable those features just mentioned from the other update in the future.PUBG Dev Team
We anticipate a similar adoption period for ledge grab as we had with the initial introduction of vaulting. We will work to isolate any improvements or modifications that need to be made during the early stages of the feature launch.
Please try out the new ledge grab and kindly give us your feedback so that we can further improve and polish the feature, which is the utmost priority to the Dev. team.
We will continue to make our best efforts to quickly ensure the feature is as stable and useful as possible. We very much appreciate your interest and feedback.
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