The Blue Zone changes in 'PUBG's new Test Server update look like this. Now the blue zone will shrink at a faster speed than before in the start of the game which many players wanted. If you're caught outside of the blue zone at any time, you begin taking damage.
The blue zone, as every PUBG player already knows, dictates the pace of the game by defining an increasingly smaller play area as the game goes on.
The damage inflicted by 7th, 8th, and 9th blue zones has been increased.More news: Theresa May summons cabinet to decide Syria response
The final blue zone will narrow down to the center instead of narrowing down to a random spot, and the total wait time including the blue zone inactive time has been reduced.
PUBG's new map Savage got its first round of beta testing on PC earlier in the month, and now players who missed out are getting another chance to give it a try.
Miramar is nearly ready for Xbox One, but before it goes live for the wider player base, it will first hit test servers towards the end of this month. Other item spawn balance remains the same. Last but not least, by adding more vehicle spawns to Miramar, the ongoing goal is to slowly transform this divisive map into something most PUBG enthusiasts actually enjoy. There are also some UI changes and bug fixes coming along with this patch, so be sure to check out PUBG Corp's full patch notes to read about those.More news: Lawmakers' Letter Claims Further Spending Abuses the EPA Head, Scott Pruitt
Do you agree with the blue zone changes? PUBG Corp. expects the map to be available on live servers in May.
In addition to physical changes, the northern regions are now also said to feature more higher-tier loot to further incentivize players jumping down in these areas. Does cutting clothing spawns make the game better?More news: Before marrying her, John Krasinski went 'full stalker status' on Emily Blunt