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Available to preview now on the PC test server, the new season brings back Paramo, the 3×3 South American highlands map first introduced with Season 9 in October 2020.
It is now playable in solos, duos or squads in first and third-person perspectives, and the dynamic world system that randomises major landmarks between matches has been expanded.
PUBG Studio said it has also made a number of terrain improvements, increased the secret room and supply helicopter spawn rates, and added the map as an option for custom games.
A new transport tool, the Emergency Pickup item, enables players to call in a plane to grab a cable deployed via a high altitude balloon and quickly carry squads to safe zones.
It was also revealed on Wednesday that PUBG seasons are getting shorter starting with 11. They’ll now last for two months, meaning they’ll no longer run in parallel with Survivor Passes.
Updates to the Medal Mastery and PUBG ID system are also detailed in the Season 11 video above and in the official patch notes.
A mobile sequel to PUBG called PUBG: New State was announced in February.
Coming to Android and iOS devices later this year, New State is set in the year 2051 and features “state-of-the-art technology that requires survivors to adopt new tactics to survive”, according to the game’s Google Play Store listing.
The action will play out on a new map called TROI, which will be 8×8 kilometres in size and support up to 100 players.