Chicken dinner-giving shooter PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has received a new update on PC test servers, adding a brand new full-auto pistol known as the Skorpion and a wealth of bug fixes into the mix.
The Skorpion is available on all maps and utilises 9mm ammo, with two firing options available: single and full auto. The weapon is apparently best suited for proximity battles in the early stages of a match.
Elsewhere, PUBG update 23 includes tweaks to the blue zone, with the opacity being reduced meaning it's less difficult to see through. Anti-cheat measures have also been buffed, with a 'report player' function to event mode games; hitting the 'R' key when spectating allows you to report a player who previously eliminated you.
PUBG Corp. also rolled out a number of other stability improvements and bug fixes, so be sure to have a gander at the official patch notes here.