"When we chose to create a new map, we focused on creating an environment that is very different from Erangel", the development team said in an announcement.
Judging by the map, other hot spots will probably include the Prison and the "Campo Militar", which we assume will be good for fist-fighting upon landing.More news: Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC)
After plenty of teases and screenshot reveals, today Bluehole finally named PUBG's upcoming desert map and revealed key details about its various locations.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds will officially release in its "1.0" state later this month. Hopefully in the future, new maps can release at a slightly faster rate. When we made a decision to create a new map, we focused on creating an environment that is very different from Erangel. Developers are hopeful that it will provide new ways to play where "the old strategies may no longer work and new tactics are required".
These aren't the only fun places to visit, of course, but you will have to discover the rest of them on your own.More news: Jessica Chastain's Villain Looks Fierce in 'Dark Phoenix' First Look
In a blog post on the PUBG Steam page, PUBG Corporation revealed that Miramar, is a new desert environment that has been designed in "the opposite direction" to PUBG's original map, Erangel, replacing that map's lush greenery with a desert terrain and densely-populated urban areas.
So far, PUBG has featured only one map for its battle royale matches where players must collect armor, weapons, and food in order to be the last one standing.
Notably, Microsoft explained that these "standalone offers" will be exclusive to Xbox fans and will be "the only items that can be purchased during the preview period" for PUBG on Xbox One, as the Xbox One version of the game will not feature "any in-game purchases". When the next major Test Server update launches, sometime after December 7th, the new desert map and the R45 will be included, along with vaulting, other tweaks, and new vehicles.More news: Ravi Shankar Prasad questions Congress' stand on Ram Janmbhoomi case
And below, the Win94.