The PUBG update, slated for March 31st on PC and April 8th on console, introducing the next season, will bring many changes, including returning a card and making adjustments to classified seasons.
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Aggression will again be the buzzword for the next season. Indeed, the small 3×3 card Paramo will celebrate its big comeback at the end of March with the 11th season: For the first time in the 9th season there is a volcano in the middle and the environment changes during the course of the game.
Las Vegas Paramo
The card won’t come back as it is : New coverage areas are added to contend with more fallback options, as well as a tense dynamic world system that “changes key landmarks between games”. It also increases the spawn rate of some powerful items and introduces the option for custom games. Players are therefore free to experience a variety of options on the map.
Paramo will be one of the main focuses of Season 11, but it’s not the only one: The class system is also being revised with a change in duration and rewards. In fact, the next two seasons will be two months and will be postponed with the Survivor Pass, which will result in changes in the distribution of the rewards to adjust.
Additionally, The “Emergency Collection” transport tool is added
Finally, a medal system will be added for players to proudly display their in-game success, along with a revamped PUBG ID to show off.
All of these new features can be tested from March 31st for PC gamers and from April 8th for consoles.