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Sure, everybody is busy having fun with the vaulting mechanics and improved vehicle physics in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ 1.0 test patch, but there are more exciting things to find if you’re willing to dig deeper.
As with all major patches for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, or really any big game, the community has been poking around game files trying to find unannounced additions and undocumented changes.
With patch 1.0 out now on test servers, players datamined a lot of files after taking the patch. So far, game files revealed two major news.
The upcoming desert map, supposed to be part of this patch when it was first announced, didn’t actually make it in this version. Regardless, it seems Bluehole left what looks like a near-final layout with all the town names, roads and so on.
A lot of these names look like placeholders, but it’s hard to say for sure. One Reddit user used UE viewer to extract this snapshot:
A different Reddittor found references to a new vehicle: the jet ski. We only have this raw, early asset but it’s another thing players have been asking for that we’re happy to see is in the works. Take a look:
A faction fight is coming, too.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 won't arrive for another week, but Electronic Arts has already unveiled what players have to look forward to in a free update coming in December. Beginning on December 5, players will have the opportunity to sign up for either the First Order or the Resistance, which will lead into faction-based challenges with "special rewards."
Following that, on December 13, Finn and Captain Phasma will become available for purchase with in-game credits. Costs haven't been confirmed yet, but based on what we've seen in the Play First trial of the game, new Hero characters range in price from 20,000 to 60,000 credits.
A new planetary map, Crait, and a new Starfighter Assault map, D'Qar, will also be added on December 13, as will a new hero ship, the RZ-2 A-wing piloted by Tallie Lintra. Poe Dameron's X-Wing will also be upgraded with "a new ability inspired by Star Wars: The Last Jedi." There will be new single-player action as well, in Battlefront 2: Resurrection, which Inferno Squad commander Iden Versio return to do her thing in the early days of the First Order.
There will also be daily, weekly, and weekend challenges throughout the month, and themed Sundays: Blast, Galactic Assault, and Starfighter Assault. The full schedule is below, and you can get a taste of what's to come right now in these videos of the first three Star Wars Battlefront 2 missions.
There's a city in the desert.
Brendan Greene, the "PlayerUnknown" who gives PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds its catchy, easy-off-the-tongue title, has shared a fresh batch of work-in-progress images of the new desert map revealed back in July.
The new images showcase a landscape that's quite a bit more built-up than what we've seen previously, with multiple multi-storey buildings in various states of construction and disrepair, a low-slung shopping plaza, and a crumbling main street running through it. There's also what is very clearly a prison—always a fun place in post-apoc scenarios—and a more wide-open desert area, featuring a run-down single-storey house.
The new screens promise a good mix of environments, and I'm especially excited by the prospect of a proper urban area to blast away in. Still, there's only so much you can get from screenshots; fortunately, we got some hands-on time with the new map last month that you can dive into right here.
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