The new PUBG map Sanhok will be available this weekend for one more round of testing
- A fourth and supposedly final test period for Sanhok will be live this weekend
- Anyone who owns PUBG will be able to play it on the PUBG Experimental Server
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The third map for PUBG, Sanhok (previously known as Codename: Savage), will be available this weekend for what should be the last round of testing.
The fourth Sanhok test will run from June 1 at 3am BST until June 4 at 12pm BST.
Anyone who owns PUBG will be able to play it for free by downloading the updated version of the PUBG: Experimental Server founds in your Steam library.
Anyone who owns PUBG will be able to play Sanhok this weekend during the final test period
‘This will likely be the final Sanhok test on the Experimental Server,’ said an update on the game’s Steam page. ‘If everything goes according to schedule, Sanhok will come to live servers near the end of June. Even after it launches, we’ll continue making changes based on the feedback we get from you guys.’
In a recent blog update, PUBG Corp said it won’t stop development on the map once it’s live. There are plans for new exclusive vehicles and an exclusive weapon for Sanhok, which will be available in the month after it officially launches.
It will be a three-wheeled vehicle that’s currently called the Tukshai.
The developers have also been using the Sanhok test periods to experiment with dynamic weather, different circle systems, and weapon spawn behaviour.
There are plenty of new additions like original art assets and the addition of moss to rocks and cliff faces near water.
Sanhok is a much smaller map, a quarter of the size of current maps Erangel and Miramar, which should make for shorter, more action packed games.
PUBG is in direct competition with Fortnite, which has surpassed it in popularity in recent times.
Yesterday we learned that PUBG Corp is reportedly suing Fortnite developer Epic Games for copyright infringement.
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