Back in September I visited Bluehole’s (now PUBG Corp’s) offices in Columbia for a round of interviews. Furthermore, i spent a bit of time playing around inside a build of PUBG’s desert map, which happens to be planned to come prior to end of the year in the popular battle royale shooter’s exit from Steam Early Access. While still a piece in progress, I can still understand the potential from the new map, and also the inclusion of the revolutionary vaulting and climbing system. And today, it may sound like we’ll all receive a closer consider some actual desert map gameplay at the beginning of December.
Geoff Keighley, producer in the Game Awards, tweeted this little news earlier tonight:
Whether it will probably be live gameplay or recorded footage, we really do not know yet, but hopefully this implies the map, and therefore PUBG 1.0, gets much better release. PUBG, because you probably know nowadays, continues to be nominated for your Game of the age award, in addition to Best Ongoing Game and greatest Multiplayer. The overall game Awards are going to be streamed on, well, just about everything, starting at 5:30pm Pacific, December 7.