PUBG's Codename: Savage map, which has since been renamed to Sanhok, is coming back for a new round of testing, as announced during the latest developer update via Steam. If you've missed out on the rest of the testing periods before, now's a great time to jump back in, as Sanhok returns on the PUBG: Experimental Server available on Steam.
If you're interested in jumping on board, you can check out Sanhok when the new testing begins on May 31 at 7 PM PT, and you can play all the way from then up until June 4, 4 AM PT. According to PUBG Corp., this will likely be the final test that's going to come to the Experimental Server, and if all goes well the map will be coming to all live PC servers near the end of June. However, the company stresses that it will continue making changes based on player feedback as the months go on even if it's a successful launch. That means this summer, you'll finally get to play with three different maps, which is pretty awesome news for PUBG players.
Unfortunately, there's no word just yet on when you'll get to play Sanhok on consoles. Given that Miramar has finally made its way to Xbox One, that might take some time. We're slowly inching closer to more parity between versions, but complete equality will end up taking a while. Luckily Sanhok is about to debut, and it's a pretty sweet map, right?
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They need to go ahead and release the map.