PUBG Patch 30 adds a high Damage Deagle, currently available on the Public Test Server

If you haven’t been around, PUBG has been progressing quite amazingly over this period. Alongside the Weapon Mastery, a vast amount of additions are coming to the game, and that’s not the endpoint. It goes way further than that, as PUBG is somewhat seeking for a retaliation. The Public Test Servers are working as hamsters running in a ball, with a new update available.

The public test servers serve for the sake of the core servers, and to identify if there’s any problem arising. With their impact on the future content of the live servers, the developers are preemptively taking actions ahead of the release on the live servers.

PUBG’s official Twitter has crowned the fans with yet another weapon coming as an addition to the already existing ones. The new gun is a high damage DEAGLE, which the first appearance occurs on the PTS so that devs could monitor its behavior before the release on the live servers.

As seen in the pictures above, a brand new Amphibious vehicle is also added, alongside a Ledge Grab movement system and exploding Gas Cans. We could already picture the outcome of the latest Gas Cans mechanic, swarming YouTube with funny videos. Nevertheless, if you’re interested in checking PUBG’s Patch 30 make sure you jump on the PTS today.

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