PUBG Sanhok Map PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or popularly know as PUBG has finally rolled out their latest update. Which brings bug fixes and improvement in performance. Also the release of most awaited new PUBG Sanhok map. While most PUBG addicts would already know much about Sanhok through leaks, speculation and test servers, many of the newer PUBG players or novices would be keen to know what it holds in store. Here’s what you need to know about this latest update.
PUBG Sanhok Map is here and at 4 sq kilometers, it is the smallest map on PUBG yet. It’s a quarter of the size of the two other battlefields. The map can still support 100 players, which means a lot more close-quarter action. The blue zone on Sanhok also behaves differently, by checking how many players are left before adjusting both the wait and travel time. The circle size itself doesn’t change, but the new method will ensure no players get a major advantage.
The Sanhok map features six major locations. First up, there are the Underground caves that hide archaeological sites and massive amounts of loot, which means it’s not just what’s on the surface that matters. You can reach these caves by boat or via parachuting through the open top. Ruins offer claustrophobic close quarters combat for any players willing to be sneaky. For snipers, Paradise Resort is a godsend, and the building’s corridors also offer opportunities for shredding enemies with shotguns. The Training Center, Quarry, and Docks hide less valuable weapons and items and are open battlefields.
To celebrate the launch of the new map, PUBG is also rolling out limited-time missions along with plenty of rewards. You can gain experience and level up by simply playing games. Next up, you can take on dozens of daily and weekly challenges on Sanhok as well as other maps. By completing these missions and leveling up, you’ll earn a special Snowflower skin for your parachute for free. Sanhok Map would be available for PUBG Mobile too.