PlayerUnknown & # 39; s Battlegrounds is preparing to review its large desert map, Miramar, as the developer announces plans for two new Battle Royale maps: and the addition of a feature that will be ; slowly spreading throughout the genre.
Outlining those of the game roadmap for the rest of the year, PUBG Corp. introduced plans for a major remastering in Miramar. The map had already seen a minor tweak to align it with the rest of the game, but with the 12.1 update, the desert map will see major reworks of its lighting, performance, graphics, and topography.
"Expect major overhauls of terrain and construction textures and designs, an easier route with the removal of unnecessary obstacles, and even updated cliffs to better suit your needs. more vertical experience that has become the game, ”writes PUBG Corp.
But the developer also spawned two new maps, codenamed "Tiger" and "Kiki." Tiger will be the next major addition after the remastering of Miramar and will finally introduce respawns to the flavor of PUBG’s Battle Royale. Introduced to Apex Legends and later rejected by Fortnite, PUBG finally gets on board with its own reappearance system, along with some "novelties never seen before in PUBG."
"This is a feature we've seen that becomes quite common in the Battle Royale genre and it's something we've been asked a lot about, especially when it comes to duets and squads. If you've been paying attention, we'll see that we've experimented a bit recently with the appearance of reappearing on a battlefield and Tiger is one of the main reasons. "
Kiki will continue, in late 2021 / early 2022, with lots of towering skyscrapers and underground complexes, promising to be a frighteningly dense urban war zone. The full notes are here.