What’s the Reason of Removing PUBG ‘s Map at the End of Season 9?
PUBG is Removing A Map
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds shook things up with the launch of Season nine in October, which included PUBG’s first “dynamic map” Paramo. Unlike most battle royale arenas with static areas to explore, Paramo stands out for getting a potentially different layout in every match because of its active volcano centerpiece. Nevertheless, PUBG has announced the map won’t be available permanently.
Paramo is actually set to go away when Season nine is actually over, based on a message posted by the game’s official Twitter account Monday. While this and other recent social media posts are actually vague about just when the cut off date will be, an announcement on PUBG’s site from November twenty four says Season nine Ranked mode will end with server maintenance on December sixteen, 2020.
If this’s when Paramo goes away, fans only have aproximatelly 2 weeks left to make the most of the dynamic battlefield. Luckily, the developer has offered additional incentives to jump back into the battle royale. PUBG Update 9.2 launched earlier this month, greatly buffing sidearms to the point that players have been in a position to go on long killstreaks, as well as letting players fire them while driving – including on the brand new dirt bike vehicle.
As development continues on PUBG’s inevitable tenth season of content, developer PUBG Corporation just became PUBG Studio after merging with its parent company Krafton Inc.
Whether or perhaps not more interesting, unique maps are going to come in to replace Paramo is still to be seen, but it’s apparent that the studio’s ongoing success means the game will probably stay operational for some time to come.
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