After some preliminary notices and running on a test server, PUBG's new map is now available for everyone on PC.
of PUBG The real-time server on the PC has just received patch 6.1, the first update of Season 6, and among other things, the highlight of the season is a new desert-themed map called Karakin.
Karakin It is the smallest map of PUBG so far, with a layout of 2 × 2 km. This is much smaller than the previous record holder Sanhok (4 × 4). Located in a small North African town, Karakin aims to blend Miramar's long journeys with a tighter, busier feel.
Due to the large number, Karakin is limited to 64 players. Karakin comes with its own mechanisms and tools. new Black zone Bomb random areas, flatten buildings, and force players to hide. This is the first map in PUBG to change its layout to match the middle.
Not only that, Karakin is PUBG's first map-although limited in number- damage. Some walls and floors can use new Viscoelastic Parabolic, creating new sights, not to mention making stormy buildings more exciting.
Patch 6.1 also introduced Bullet penetration, Currently only available on Karakin. Some soft walls allow bullets to pass through them, which is another impetus that does not exist on other maps.
In addition to new content, this update introduces a new feature to reduce pairing time. PUBG will rotate certain maps from time to time to make things interesting. Karakin will currently replace Vikendi, which means the latter will not be available through public matchmaking.
Vikendi will remain operational as PUBG Corp. undergoes greater design overhaul. As always, the new season brings a new Battle Pass. Shakedown is its name, and it offers free and premium levels with a new map theme.
The capacity of Patch 6.1 is 8.7GB. Click the official blog for full patch instructions.