PUBG 's newest map, known as Savage, is undergoing several tests at this point, but the developer decided to share at least one interesting detail regarding the future of the map: Players will be able to
This news comes from a recently posted posting on the PUBG Steam Forum, where the developer behind the scenes details about creating the new map as it is being created, divide. During a visit to Thailand, a photo was taken of an underground cave system and, as it turned out, the design team was inspired to create such a landmark on the Savage map.
Based on the early concept map, it looks like the massive The cave will be the main feature of either a branch of the main map or perhaps part of a small island. Players can jump straight into the cave and find themselves in a huge underground cave. The concept art shows scaffolding built by ancient civilizations inside the cave, many stalagmites to hide behind, and a large basin in the middle of the cave. At this time there are three main exits on the map:
Since the entire map is 4 x 4 km, it is clear that the subterranean cave and the surrounding areas do not represent the entire map as a point of interest. Nevertheless, main focus or not, imagine that it will be a popular destination for many PUBG players.
Also interesting about this update is that it mentions a shift to "open development". or create and customize the map depending on how the players actually play the game. Epic uses a similar process for Fortnite Battle Royale as its map, gear and rule sets are changed on a regular basis. While Fortnites base map was in order, Epic noted that there were not enough points of interest that pulled players into other areas of the map. To correct this, they have added completely new zones and attractions.
It sounds like PUBG is moved forward in the same way as the Savage card is already being tested, but the underground cave has not already been put into position. Similar to Fortnite the announcement states that further improvements will be made during the flight, including the inclusion of new weapons and vehicles. This sort of variety may have given Fortnite an edge in recent months, so it's nice to see PUBG borrow a good thing. If players are not using a weapon, upgrade or spin it out. If a new item does not work well, discard it. Want to take a new vehicle for a spin? Drop it into the game and let the players put it to the acid test.
Savage is already getting a lot of love from people testing the map, so we're pleased to see PUBG more agile regarding updates to and additions to the new locale.