Over the past two months, Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds was expected to get a new desert map, for which name was unknown until today. Bluehole has officially revealed the map, including some places players might find interesting.
This has been also announced on PUBG’s official twitter profile, as the devs have released a blog of what’s been changed and what’s to come. However, we finally know PUBG’s desert map official name, and that is Miramar.
The wait is finally over. Read our latest dev blog to find out the name of our upcoming desert map together with details about places of interest, major towns and environmental features. #ThisIsBattleRoyale https://t.co/RI7fNuDkb8 pic.twitter.com/g84JINETuX
— PUBG (@PUBG) December 6, 2017
Set up in a dusty environment, the long-awaited map is scheduled to be different than what players were able to experience on Erangel, the first and default PUBG map, until now. Below you can find all the noisy and extremely nice to visit places in Miramar. There are also some new screenshots released by bluehole as well.
The largest city in the region, Los Leones features ample shopping, a skyline filled with new construction, and a glorious, golden-hued City Center. Players should secure high vantage points by exploring the numerous construction sites, and loot for gear in the cavernous, abandoned commercial buildings.
El Pozo is a city known for its large industrial and entertainment districts. Players can test themselves against all comers in the Luchador Arena, put their motorcycle skills to the test In the death bowl, or hunt in the ruins of the long dead textile factories.
Monte Nuevo is the picture of a town besieged. Ramshackle walls built to protect its residents now allow players ample cover to explore the well-stocked compound.
Valle del Mar
Valle del Mar is a colorful oceanside town bisected by the De Toro bridge. To the West of the bridge is a quaint school, and to the East, a beautiful church. The key to holding this town is bridge control, as it’s the only direct route between mainland and the island.
The shipping and transport capitol of Miramar, La Cobrería’s most prominent feature is it’s enormous Rail Yard. Here, players will hunt and be hunted among the half-buried cargo of a long dead industry. Careful players should loot the schools and campuses that dot this town before attempting to hold the Yard.
San Martín is located just west of Hacienda Del Patrón. Checkpoints and barriers have transformed this once-quiet small town into a war zone. Both sides of the town have overlooks, so careful players should scout first, before charging into town.
Once a tourist destination featuring the largest casino in the region, Pecado continues to thrill players to this day with its mix of high-value loot and dangerous sightlines. Aggressive players will immediately loot the Arena and Casino, but savvy players should check out the 4 story hotels between them.
Chumacera is the husk of Miramar’s once thriving textile industry. Long abandoned factories overlook a main road lined with residential and commercial buildings. Verticality in both the buildings and terrain make this town an exciting location to loot- high risk, high opportunity!