PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds continues to receive new features and updates since the game’s official release in December, and the latest addition is the introduction new replay controls. If you want to be able to easily surf through the footage, and find those epic clips easier, you’ll need to know how to use the replay controls. In this article we’ll break down everything to make it easier to understand how ot use replay controls in PUBG, that way you can get started sharing your clips with the world.

How to Use Replay Controls

The first thing to know before you dive into editing your replays is how to control the replay system in PUBG. The system was built from the ground up for PUBG, so players won’t have to worry about any issues from outside systems, as everything is built directly into the game. This makes it extremely easy to go through your replays and find the clips that you’re looking for.

Right now there isn’t any kind of replay system available for the Xbox One version of the game, so we’ll only be covering PC at the moment. However, we will update our article with the appropriate information once the replay system makes its way onto the Xbox One.

PC Controls

We’ve broken down the individual buttons that you’ll need to know below, so take a look and be sure to bookmark this page so you’ll always have the button configuration if you need it.

J – Turn the Timeline off and on.

P – Pause the replay.

Ctrl+U – Hide or show the HUD.

Up/Down Arrows – Change the speed of playback.

B – Focuses back on your character.

W, A, S, D – Allows you to move the camera up, down, left and right.

E, Q – Adjusts the height of the camera up and down.

Holding Shift or Ctrl – Allows you to change your camera movement speed.

V or LMB – Lets you see the view of any selected playing, including FPP (first person perspective) if available.

C or RMB – Follows a selected player over the shoulder or in TPP (third person perspective)

F or Space – Allows you to freely move the camera around the map.

TAB – Opens the player list so that you can select the player you want to view.

L –Opens up the battle list, which lets you check engagements around you.

M – Opens the map up.

H – Shows all of the players in the match.

X – Opens up the X-ray mode, which allows you to see players through objects and things.

It may take some getting used to, but PUBG’s replay mode is one of the best out there, and if you take the time to learn it, you can create some really epic things, like clips, replays, and more. Be sure to head back over to our PUBG guide for even more helpful articles like this.