Oceanic servers have been activated for the Xbox One version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
The dedicated servers will go some way to helping the game's performance, which is spotty to say the least.
Currently there are no first-person perspective (FPP) servers available on Xbox One, but Solo, Duo, and Squad modes are all live in third-person mode.
“First person servers will be added at a later date,” said Bluehole.
“We have no current ETA on when they will become available, this is dependent on player numbers.”
Earlier this week, Microsoft announced that PUBG had sold more than a million copies in 48 hours on Xbox One via its Game Preview programme.
PC players got FPP Oceanic servers back in September, following outcry from fans. The servers are currently only available in the game's Duo mode, but are coming to Solo next week.
“Please keep in mind that outside peak times it may be hard to find FPP matches in these regions, especially after we add the map selection feature,” Bluehole wanrned.
“Off-peak times could last anywhere from 11 to 17 hours. But since this is a widely requested game mode in OCE and SA, we still decided to add it and will be monitoring the situation.”
A replay feature has been added to the game's latest test build, and will launch alongside the full game later this month.
In tangentially-related news, Twitch streamer Guy “DrDisrespect” Beahm, who made his name playing PUBG and won Trending Gamer award at The Game Awards earlier this month, is taking a break from the game to focus on his personal life.
"I have a beautiful family, and a wife, and kid. And I want to be transparent that I've been unfaithful," he said in a recent live stream.
"I apologize to you guys, and my sponsors, and Twitch. This is not who I am, this is not what I represent. That's it."