Speaking of options when it comes to maps the 64 square kilometers vaguely Eastern European Island has plenty of villages bunkers and abandoned radar stations for players to explore and fight over. That alone gives PUBG more replay value in exploration than the comparatively small map in Fortnite.
In December of 2017, they dropped the first of PUBG’s expansion maps Miramar, this is just as large as air in jail with about 20% more landmass but both more mountainous and urban.
hanging up the tactics players need to employ and PUBG isn’t done, rumors are swirling around two new maps the first a four kilometer by four-kilometer Jungle Island map and it is expected to drop at some point within the next year at only a quarter of the size of Erangel and Miramar.
It is good to see that not only is PUBG already more varied and detailed than fortnight they are already planning on giving us more environments to fight to the very bitter ended better pacing just because every round of PUBG ends in a tense bitter firefight for that sweet chicken dinner doesn’t mean the game has to be a non-stop gun battle from beginning to end both the PUBG’s current maps are large enough that you can go for much of the game without encountering another player and that’s amazing.