The latest update to Player Unknown's Battlegrounds offers a number of changes including the ability for console players to get together in a party by simply searching for their friends Xbox Live Gamer Tag or PSN Name.
Alas, PC gamers are missing out on this cross-play action, but that's probably a good thing as they'd have an unfair advantage anyway.
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The update was announced in a Tweet, which also linked to the patch notes for update 6.2. Those notes include guidance on how to squad up with your friends using the in-game friends list.
This update also adds in a much sought after Team Deathmatch mode, with 8 vs 8 battles taking place in first-person view over seven different areas taken from PUBG maps.
Other updates to the game include a parachute follow system to help players land together. A new waypoint system, loot adjustment, grenade changes and more.
PC players aren't missing out entirely as a number of these improvements are also being rolled out there too.