A new full-size map will arrive later this year.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds creator Brendan ‘PlayerUnknown’ Greene wants to support the breakout battle royale game “for the next 20 years.”
Speaking at the BAFTA awards, Greene said, “We want to do this for the next 20 years. We really want to build out a platform for game modes and possible esports. We’re committed to supporting this game for a long time.”
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Greene also touched on PUBG’s upcoming maps, saying its next 8×8 map will be arriving later this year, which is supposed to be set near the Adriatic Sea. The second round of testing for its 4×4 Savage map will also begin Tuesday, April 17, he said, and more access keys will be sent out on Saturday, April 14.
PUBG Corp. recently confirmed that the game’s popular War Mode, a deathmatch mode currently limited to custom games, will become an event mode in the future. Another event mode, the shotgun and melee-driven Tequila Sunrise, also recently concluded.
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