After tossing Vikendi into the map vault in the summer, the folks behind PUBG are dusting it off and giving it the refreshing treatment. Earlier this month, the developers teased the return of the snowy map they dubbed Vikendi Reborn. A short teaser trailer showed off the map’s new Danger Zone. The usual bombs are giving way to an icy tornado.
Another teaser gives us a look at the return of the snowmobile. We also get a quick tease of a new feature coming to Vikendi, the cable cars. Check out the above snowmobile racer at 0:04 in the teaser below.
On an unnamed horse (perhaps he was also unknown?)
In an interview with Eurogamer at this year’s Gamescom, the unknown player (Brendan Greene himself) confirmed that the size of the next desert map will be 8×8 km. The map was originally announced to be 4×4km in size, for context.
But in the interview Greene gave an update on that and said, “For 100 players an 8×8 makes more sense and offers more flexibility when we move into custom games and stuff. ”
Comparison of the dimensions of the GTA V and PUBG game map with the real scale
- GTA 5 map size in km – 130 km²
- PUBG map size in km – 64 km²
As you read above, the map size of both PUBG and GTA 5, so it is clear that pubg size is 8×8 (~64km²) size map and GTA’s map size 5 is much bigger than that. The size of gta5 is over 49 square miles (130 km²), so it is clear that GTA 5 is the largest map.
- Erangel Ferries
- Ferries can carry passengers across the water from Southern Erangel to Sosnovka Island and back. There are a total of 4 ferries that make round trips throughout the game for those of you who don’t feel lucky enough to cross the bridge.
- Each Ferry will depart from the docks with the first phase of the Blue Zone.
- Once arriving at a dock, ferries will remain docked for approximately 20 seconds before putting to sea en route to their destination.
- Ferries will sound a horn 7 seconds before arrival and departure. Jump aboard!