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Brendan Greene reveals more PUBG desert map images

With just a month or so until we see it in the wild, here are some fresh images of the PUBG desert map.

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With just a month or so until we see it in the wild, here are some fresh images of the PUBG desert map.

We’re all still waiting on the climbing/vaulting update to go live on the PUBG test servers. We’re checking in on Steam, several times a day, to see if the client has updated.

Every now and again it has, but it’s typically only a small update – a few dozen to a few hundred MB in total – whereas we’re expecting the vaulting update to run into gigabytes.

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So in the meantime, to try and appease the clamouring royale battlers, Brendan ‘PlayerUnknown’ Greene has tweeted four images of the upcoming PUBG desert map.

First up, there’s a busy town centre, complete with tall apartment buildings, warehouses, and what are bound to be dozens of disappointing, burnt out prop cars:

PUBG desert map image 01

Then there’s another urban scene; this one looks more like a strip mall that only got part-way through construction before the area went all Hunger Games-ey:

PUBG desert map image 02

Third could be a prison or a military compound, but our money is on prison – those towers look like guard posts watching a yard, and the razor wire on the fence points inwards:

PUBG desert map image 03

And if those first three PUBG desert map images are looking a bit busy for you? The more survival-minded (read: cowardly) jumpers will be landing at places like this little farmstead:

PUBG desert map image 04

And damn fine it looks too. We were a little worried that the PUBG desert map would be all wide open spaces with no vegetation and cover, but there’s plenty going on – and crucially, lots to hide behind – in these latest images.

Plus that desert camo level two helmet will finally stop sticking out like a sore thumb against the lush green of Erangel, which is nice.


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