PUBG’s latest map, Codename: Savage, is venturing away from its mountainous and desert backdrops to tinier tropics, and gamers can attempt it out quickly.
Savage enters its testing part at 7 p.m. PDT on Monday and runs till Four a.m. PDT on Thursday. “We’re doing this as a result of we need to begin getting your suggestions as quickly as attainable and drive the event in the fitting route,” an official PUBG post on Steam says. Particulars on methods to take part have but to be shared, although the allotment is finite. “At first, we’re going to do a extra restricted take a look at for Codename: Savage to make it possible for nothing is simply too damaged” the put up says. “Once more, it’s a brilliant early construct, we hope you perceive. The subsequent take a look at will probably be larger!”
The tropic map, which was first introduced final week to celebrate PUBG’s one-year anniversary, adopts a Four-by-Four grid in comparison with the unique and dessert maps’ Eight-by-Eight measurement. For additional perspective on Savage’s measurement, it is barely larger than Fortnite’s Battle Royale map, at the least according to some early player calculations.
Just one map is at present accessible on the Xbox One and cellular variations, although it is secure to imagine the Four-by-Four setting and dessert space will finally at the least come to the Xbox One iteration.
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Whereas PUBG’s larger and lengthier maps are elements of its identification, a smaller, much less time-consuming setting may make for a pleasant change of tempo to matches.