Take a Look At some screenshots of PUBG’s new 4×4 map

We are really close to its first appearance! More precisely, the new PUBG map which is set to be more dynamic than the previous two shall become available to play in April on the test servers.

Some screenshots have been circling around and we’re yet to update the whole list of it. However, if you already forgot what the new map will look like, let us remind you. It will be smaller than the previous two and should offer a unique style with a rather faster approach than Erangel and Miramar.

This will create such a dynamic gameplay and push players to constantly be on the move, Embracing the fights above everything else. Like we have always said, it is more natural and beneficial to Fight in PUBG, which also gives you an overall advantage. For an instance, players using guns more frequently are expected to be better than those who want to camp and get the chicken dinner without a sweat.

Thanks to this year’s Roadmap 2018, we have many reasons to cheer for, and one of them is the 4×4 map. It will offer 16 square kilometers, and Erangel and Miramar both have 64 square kilometers. It is expected to be the most optimized map and should run at quite a high FPS.

Below you can find some of the screenshots:

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