PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds every 3 different maps have a lot of great features. Even though the maps at first glance might be a bit confusing at first, it’s actually very helpful and informative. Erangel, the first PUBG map is big by all means. If 100 players will play in a map that shrinks constantly, of course, it had to be big. It just can’t be any smaller than this.
There are some key things you need to know about the map as well as the game itself. In the map, each larger square represents ”1 kilometre square”. The landmass of the actual map is around 6 kilometres across. You can mark a location in the map for your teammates to see, which is great for a strategical, team-based game like this. Making the communication a lot better. Different areas of the map have a different rate of spawning rates loot, weapons and vehicles.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has a random flight path. There is no best place to skydive to in game. All the places in PUBG has it’s pros and cons. For example Military Base probably offers the largest loot since it’s one of the biggest places in the entire map but that brings lots of other players together with it. Making it a dangerous zone to get out of.
We can say the same thing for School except it has a midrange loot and rather than being such an open spot it has many rooms or classes where you can hideout and ambush enemies. Also if you like close range combats, School definitely should be your go-to place.
You can loot a lot faster with teammates in towns like Pochinki, Rozhok, Yasnaya Polyana, Novoreponye, Georgopol but these towns are also very dangerous because of you are mostly out in the open. Going from a building to another to loot and making footsteps while you do so. If you ever land in one of these towns make sure that you keeping an eye on the other buildings and not to leave any of your teammates behind. When you have health that goes down from 100 to 0, you will need your teammates to revive you.