PUBG Corp. has released a new trailer for PlayerUnknown battlefields that shows a location on the new Vikendi map of the game. The location is a secret cave that is hidden in the snow map.
The players discovered the secret location a few days ago, according to VG247, after patch 25 was activated on the PUBG PC test server. The mysterious place is hard to find, and this new trailer is the first time that PUBG Corp. recognizes that it exists. The cave is hidden inside some rock formations between Peshkova and Podvosta; It is located west of the first and northeast of the second. You can only find it on the PC Test Server for now.
To enter the cave, you will have to use explosives or a vehicle that moves quickly and hit a specific place, which will cause the illusionary wall to fall. If you find the cave, your efforts will be rewarded with the discovery of several booty boxes of airborne launches, which are usually filled with the most rare and powerful weapons and equipment you can find in PUBG.
Not much is known about this hidden cave, other than that the process of how it was secretly released by PUBG Corp. and finally discovered by the players is the first in the game. There has never been anything like this in PUBG before. Although, according to an interview with Newsweek in December, additions like this may not be the last.
"There's a [lore to PUBG], but we all prescribe that a program does not say mentality, "said David Curd, art director and team leader of PUBG. In environmental clothing, we offer small clues and, because this is an online game that is constantly updated, it is always filtering, adjusting the art and adding more details of the story and things in the story. We have stories that we are excited to tell. "Based on the nature of this cave and how it received its own trailer, it could be the first of one of these details planned for the game.
The battlefield of PlayerUnknown is available for PC, Xbox One, PS4 and a mobile phone. The launch of a free version with reduced graphics, titled PUBG Lite, in South East Asia is scheduled.