The developers of PUBG are not about to give up in the fight for battle royale supremacy against Fortnite and they have recently been working a new tropical map which will be half the size of the other two, encouraging faster and more action-packed games. The new map will remove its codename and be now known as Sanhok. The name is a combination of the Thai word for "fun" and the Tagalog word for "chicken".
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The next round of testing for Sanhok begins on Thursday, May 10 at 9pm CT. Once the executable is downloaded and installed, you'll be ready to play in all future Sanhok tests as well.
Our new 4×4 map is inspired by a wide variety of island locales across southeast Asia, particularly those found in Thailand and the Philippines. The Closed Experimental Server will open to all who own PUBG on PC, with the new server showing up in owners' Steam libraries soon. Speaking of which, we don't yet have patch notes on what may have changed since the previous test of Sav-sorry, Sanhok, though we're told we'll see "many fixes and updates" based on player feedback. Sanhok is a compact, densely-jungled map created to compete with Fortnite Battle Royale's smaller map.