The last time we got a look at PUBG‘s desert level, about all we got was some sagebrush, some harsh lands, and a gas station. This time around we’re seeing something totally different that opens up a lot of possibilities. A look at the official PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds account shows new screenshots of the desert level as we get a glimpse of a fully fledged city inside a moderate canyon setting. Kind of like what you’d see in rural New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah.
The team at our office in Madison have been working hard on our new desert map, and today I am excited to share some new WIP screenshots of this new terrain… pic.twitter.com/J2Dm21715p
— PLAYERUNKNOWN (@PLAYERUNKNOWN) November 9, 2017
No official date has been given yet as to when we’ll see the release of this map, or the second map they’re working on which is only known as “Adriatic” with no revealing snapshot yet. But one thing is for certain; the terrain and buildings that you see in this level are going to change the way many players have been coordinating attacks on PUBG and will bring out new opportunities for roof to roof combat with these taller structures and areas to camp on.
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