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PUBG desert map is getting an overhaul


PlayerUnknown's Battleground PC players really don't like the desert map. So much so that some have deleted the game files so they can skip Miramar entirely. The PUBG dev team have made some major changes to the desert map which is currently live on the test servers.

But the only thing fans want is for Bluehole to get rid of cheaters. The request to "RegionLockChina" is still a thing, and according to the page after page of comments, all that matters to PC players. To that end, Blue has responded that the "new type of anti-cheat solution" is only still in the test phase and "under development." The reason it's taking so long to roll out on the live servers seems to be stability and compatibility problems.

In the meantime, maybe you should try Miramar again. Bluehole added more buildings to make the map feel less empty, as well as new off-road routes, and better loot in certain areas.

PUBG PC 1.0 Update 4 Patch Notes

World: Miramar improvements

  • Added more buildings and cover across the map to improve the engagement experience
  • Added more off-road routes for easier vehicle navigation
  • Upgraded the item spawn level of certain areas for loot balancing (some areas will spawn better loot)


  • The replay system has now been updated to a newer version and past replay files cannot be played anymore

Bug fixes

  • Fixed the issue where heal and boost items could be used underwater
  • Fixed the issue where characters would get stuck in certain areas on Miramar
  • Fixed the issue where wall textures on some Miramar buildings were not displaying correctly
  • Fixed the issue where certain buildings near by Hacienda del Patron were not displaying correctly

Bluehole almost released a new version for the Replay function, but all your previous files will not be able to run on it. All the above changes are live on the test servers only.

Source: PUBG

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