PUBG Season 8 launch date for PCs and consoles announced
The video doesn’t really talk about what all will be exactly added in the upcoming season but did mention ‘For the Jungle you must wait, until it's PUBG Season 8.’
Looks like PUBG players on console and PC are around to get a new season. This also means new guns, vehicles and a whole lot of features for an exciting gameplay. PUBG's official Twitter handle has posted a short teaser video, revealing that Season 8 is coming to PCs and consoles on July 22nd and July 30th respectively. The video doesn't really talk about what all will be exactly added in the upcoming season but did mention ‘For the Jungle you must wait, until it's PUBG Season 8,' indicating that a lot of action might be there in the Sanhok Map in particular. There could also be a new map altogether, who knows.
But that said, one can at least expect some new skins for guns, new costumes based on the theme and more offers.
For the Jungle you must wait, until it's PUBG Season 8. pic.twitter.com/U7tzBzZm5u— PUBG (@PUBG) July 9, 2020
Also read: PUBG Mobile 0.19.0 update with Livik map now available
Quite recently, the PUBG got its 7.3 update patch on PC Live Servers with a bunch of updates. It included some realistic vehicle damage algorithms, more natural explosions, multiple damage zones in vehicles, boat armour update, new throwable C4 explosion with 25 metre damage, spike trap, parachute follow feature updated Vikendi map and much more.
Nonetheless, we will get to know more about the Season 8 for PCs and consoles within a matter of days now.
That said, PUBG Mobile has received a new map called ‘Livik' as a part of update version 0.19.0. The latest update which features the Livik map is 1.84GB in size for Android devices, and 2.13GB for iPhones. Players who update the game between July 7 and July 13 will get 2,888 BP, 100 AG and a nightmare helmet. This is the smallest map on PUBG Mobile so far measuring just 2km x 2km. It can accommodate 52 players at once with 15 minute match times.
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