The minimap for PUBG's new desert map has been datamined

Gwen Vasquez
September 12, 2017

A lengthy post has been published on the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Steam page that provides details about the September update that is set to go live later today.

So with that in mind, a long period of testing is now scheduled for November and if needed, Bluehole may put vaulting on the PUBG test servers beforehand too in order to collect as much data as possible.

"And we think there's an incredible market for that, and it will, as Anthony said, I think there's so much interest around it you can't ignore it". If needed, we may roll it out on test servers for a certain amount of time even before November. Therefore, when it launches in November, we'll see it linger on the test servers a bit longer than most new features. It's disappointing for sure, but most players would definitely rather get a fully functioning feature rather than a half step that frustrates more than it helps.

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The screenshots, which you can check out below, are just a teaser for the game's next big update. If you want those points, then, you're going to have to earn them. A new weapon is also shipping with the new patch, but vaulting is nowhere to be seen at the moment.

The layout of the new PUBG map has now made its way online, showing a minimap view of where players will be exploring and battling for loot. Not only has foggy weather been added to the rotating list of weather conditions, but Bluehole has also added a new town to the map.

Lastly the development team gave an update on its first-person servers: "For SOLO and SQUAD, we will continue to monitor player data in the region and determine when we can add another game mode", it said. It's a "lightweight and compact 5.56 semi-automatic marksman rifle", that will take sniper rifle attachments for both muzzle and magazine slots.

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