If you’re one of the numerous PUBG fans, surely you at least tried out the mobile version of the game. Namely PUBG Mobile, the title offers an exciting free-to-play multiplayer gameplay experience. The player gets trapped in a world where the last one standing wins, as he has to compete in payload mode, classic battles, 4v4 team deathmatch, zombie modes, and so on.
The official PUBG Mobile social media channel had recently posted a hint that something new is coming to the game. And while we now know that it’s about a new map, we also have info that it’s a part of the Classic battle royale mode.
While there’s no name revealed for the upcoming map yet, we have some other exciting info brought up by YouTuber Powerbang Gaming. The map is still under development, but it will be featuring all sorts of environments, which obviously means that the players will be delighted by it. Therefore, we can expect a desert area present on the bottom left side, a snowy region on the top right, while the rest of the map features plenty of grasslands.
But the good news doesn’t end as the developers are preparing the addition of a new shotgun called SPAS 12 and equipped with a silencer. If you’ve never played PUBG Mobile before, you should check out what the description from the Play Store has to say, and maybe it will convince you:
“MASSIVE BATTLE MAPS – From Erangel to Miramar, Vikendi to Sanhok, compete on these enormous and detailed battlegrounds varying in size, terrain, day/night cycles and dynamic weather – from urban city spaces to frozen tundra, to dense jungles, master each battleground’s secrets to create your own strategic approach to win.”
Let us know in a comment below what exactly you would wish from the upcoming map of PUBG Mobile!
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