New content has been on a slow drip for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, despite being one of the most played games in the world over the past few months. Now that developer PUBG Corp has promised a content roadmap in our near future, however, we will finally know what’s down the road for PUBG.
In a post on Twitter, Battlegrounds community manager Sammie Kang announced that a roadmap for the game’s upcoming content and balancing updates will be shared “soon,” once the developers have “finalized all the details.”
Our dev team has been working on a dev roadmap for early 2018 in the past few weeks.
It’s about time we update you on what’s happening and where things are at. We will share this roadmap with you soon once we have finalized all the details.
Happy Valentine’s Day, btw.
— Sammie Kang #PUBG (@poopieQueen) February 14, 2018
Battlegrounds‘ second survival map, the desert-themed Miramar, launched in mid-December of last year. No other real content has dropped for the game since, outside of a few new cosmetic options and some map tweaks. A significant anti-cheat initiative was planned for the game, but that has been delayed.
Battlegrounds‘ main competitor, Fortnite: Battle Royale, has been running circles around it in terms of supplementary content support. New content drops for Battle Royale essentially every week, with the game’s newest update adding a new grenade, hidden treasure shrines, and more.
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