While the vast majority of PUBG players will welcome the arrival of anti-cheat measures, they will have to wait a while longer for them.
Unfortunately, however, the update had a few unwanted side effects.
These compatibility issues were causing performance problems for legitimate players.
This has resulted in a series of negative reviews on Steam, as players vented their frustrations.
To combat the issues, Bluehole has chose to roll back the update.
In a statement on its website, the PUBG developer said: "We have chose to roll back our latest live server update.We will continue to resolve some compatibility issues caused by it".
The rollback happened yesterday - if you noticed a small update to download before getting into the action on PC, that's what it was: Bluehole hitting undo.
"We will continue to resolve some compatibility issues caused by it. We apologize for the inconvenience".
PUBG is getting ready to drop a new Xbox One update this morning following a brief period of server downtime which is now ongoing.
The new Battlegrounds update doesn't make any significant changes, but does fix a number of bugs. Other issues addressed affect parachute deployment and several in-game sounds.