PUBG is inviting players to Sanhok for a fourth round of testing on the Experimental Server. The testing will begin May 31 at 7 p.m. PDT, and the PUBG team has been working hard since last week to improve the fine details in their newest map.
In last week’s developer letter, MephieKim posted that the team wants PUBG to be the best game possible so players would keep loving and playing it. Performance complaints and communication issues were also acknowledged by the letter. Moving forth, PUBG’s priorities include getting more feedback from players to address performance, server-side optimization and cheating.
Now, players who own a copy of PUBG will be able to play-test the map by simply downloading the updated “PUBG: Experimental Server.” This can be found in the Steam library.
PUBG also believes this round of testing will be the last one for Sanhok on the Experimental Server. “If everything goes according to schedule, Sanhok will come to live servers near the end of June,” MephieKim said on Steam.
The testing period ends on June 4 at 4 a.m. PDT. However, even after the final Sanhok map launches, the PUBG team wants to continue making changes based on the feedback they get from players.
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