PUBG: Five things to know about the latest map 'Vikendi'
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PUBG players can rejoice as the game just got its fourth map, Vikendi.
The latest addition to the tactical Battle Royale is a snow map. It is expected to affect gameplay accordingly.
PC gamers can have a go at it while the map is on the test servers before fully releasing on December 19.
Here are five things to know about Vikendi.
1. Map size
Size matters in PUBG matches
Vikendi maintains a seemingly perfect balance when it comes to size.
Measuring 6 by 6 km, it is smaller than Miramar or Erangel's 8 by 8 km maps, but larger than Sanhok's 4 by 4 km map.
As the size affects gameplay, Vikendi provides a nice balanced combination of quicker gameplay than Erangel and Miramar while retaining the tactical approach that Sanhok often lacks.
The perils of driving in snow
The snow map brings its set of complications.
Vehicles tend to become more slippery in snowy and icy areas. While acceleration here is slower, players begin to lose vehicular control as they speed up.
Notably, the two-seater snowmobile has been exclusively added to Vikendi and is best for travelling in snowy and icy areas.
Unfortunately, the vehicle does not perform well on other terrains.