The PUBG v6.1 update is now available on the test server, and with it comes a new map called Karakin. The new map promises more action, thanks to its small area. In fact, Karakin is now the smallest map in the game with its 2x2km battlefield, which means faster combat action on its rocky terrain. Karakin is an exclusive map for 64 players and introduces a new exclusive feature called Black Zone. It is essentially a damage-prone area that will push players out of their hiding place in a building and push them into combat. In addition to the Karakin map, the update also brings a new explosive element and a Motor Glider vehicle.
The Karakin map in PUBG v6.1 has a diverse geography that includes mountainous terrain, underground tunnels and suburbs, among others. But the most exciting aspect of the Karakin map is the Black Zone. In the Black Zone, buildings and compounds will be randomly bombarded, so as soon as players hear the siren and are inside the purple circle, they must run to protect themselves. The structures flattened by the Black Zone will be identifiable with a mark & # 39; X & # 39; In the mini map.
In particular, the patch notes mention that "buildings and ruins evolve in real time throughout the game" in Karakin. Another interesting feature of Karakin is the penetration of bullets into some weak walls. When watching enemies through damaged drywall, players can choose to start shooting through it or keep themselves covered.
In addition to the Karakin map, the PUBG 6.1 update adds a single Karakin element called Sticky Bombs. These can be used at breakpoints on certain walls and floors to destroy them and give way. The update also features a new Motor Glider vehicle that is currently live on the test server and will be available on the Erangel and Miramar maps. It has two seats, one for the pilot and the other for a happy trigger passenger that can make the enemies rain from the back seat.
PUBG v6.1 also features Survivor Pass: Shakedown along with Season 6, which begins in January and ends in April for a period of 12 months. It will be released after maintenance starting January 22 on PC and January 30 on consoles. Season 6 will have more than 400 missions in total that include 252 daily missions, 84 weekly missions, 24 season missions and 40 progression missions. You can find more details about the PUBG Season 6 here.