PUBG 7.1 update arrives with overhauled Vikendi and Cold Front pass

PUBG 7.1 update arrives with overhauled Vikendi and Cold Front pass


PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds returns for its seventh season this week, bringing a revised version of Vikendi's map that has much less snow, plus an updated ` Dinoland ' destination, modified 

PUBG 7.1 update arrives with overhauled Vikendi and Cold Front pass
Pubg 7.1 update

climate options and a new rail system around the map. In addition to Vikendi functionality, it also lost some previously available items.

For those who don't know it, Vikendi was the fourth operable map to be published in PUBG; it features snowy landscapes, snowmobiles, bikes, and more. As promised earlier, the card returned in the seventh season of the game, although it is not quite like the one that players had previously been able to reach.




As the launch trailer shows, the new Vikendi has a lot less snow than before, which respond to one of the player complaints about the original map. The sled and snowmobile have been removed for the obvious reason that there is little snow available, but there is a new rail system that allows players to travel on the island.

Season 7 of the game comes with a new survivor card "Front Front" with a new look of the snow cards, as well as community missions to unlock items, old team costumes Dinoland, a new skin Alex, the legacy of the Lindh family, and more. The Cold Front Card will be officially available on Steam from April 21 and on the console from April 28.

As of April 14, the PUBG Season 7.1 update has been available on the game's public test servers. The company changed the map based on comments received from the first group of players to reach it. The PUBG team provides full release notes, as well as comparison photos before and after the site, in their flyer here.


Source pubg.com

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