Playerunknown's Battlegrounds may have lost nearly a million players in February, but it's still a popular multiplayer game. As such, developer PUBG Corporation has opened up the PC test servers this week for a new round of science.
The new build being tested introduces several new features, such as an in-game friend system, voice chat in the main menu, and vehicle and limb penetration systems.
We are going to need your feedback on all the new features, especially the new penetration system, so please join our test servers later this week. Detailed patch notes will be posted in a couple of days. We hope to see you there!— PLAY BATTLEGROUNDS (@PUBATTLEGROUNDS) March 5, 2018
The developers are especially interested in any feedback players can give regarding the new penetration system, as that's a famously tricky thing to get right. Siege does it well enough and CSGO dabs a hand at it, so we've yet to see how well PUBG fares.
The test servers open later this week, and detailed patch notes should be coming in a couple of days. We'll keep you posted.