In a new blog post, PUBG Corp. has announced that there are some new features and tweaks headed to the Xbox One edition of popular battle royale title; PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.

The biggest addition will be a map selector, allowing player to pick the locale for their bouts of every person for themselves anarchy, there’s no clear date for the arrival of this feature, but it is expected in early Fall at the latest.

More work is being done on the physics of bullet penetration, as the team hope to squash incidents of bullets sneaking through or around cover, leading to frustration as your entrenched squad gets peppered with magic shots. Similarly, PUBG Corp. are looking into “limb penetration” physics, allowing bullets to pass through extremities. This will hopefully put a halt to an ongoing issue where headshots can be stopped by an errant body part blocking the bullet’s trajectory.

For more details on other bugs, currently being prepared for the chopping block, you can check out the proposed patch notes right here. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is available now on Xbox One and PC.

Map selection and 'limb penetration' coming to PUBG on Xbox One screenshot

Map selection and ‘limb penetration’ coming to PUBG on Xbox One