The second map for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Miramar, will be downloadable for Xbox One starting tomorrow, April 24. This is still a testing phase for the map, so if you want to give it a try, you’ll have to follow some instructions and make sure you are around during the testing times.
To play on the Miramar map, players will need to search in the Microsoft Store for an item called “PUBG Test Server.” Once located, download the item and install it on your Xbox One. The test server will not be available to download until April 24 at 12 a.m. local time. Even though the test server will be available to download, you aren’t going to get to play on the new Miramar map until the testing phase begins.
PUBG Xbox One Miramar Map Test Schedule
The full schedule for the PUBG Miramar map test is as follows:
4/25: Servers available 8 p.m. EDT through 2 a.m. EDT 4/26
4/26: Servers available 8 p.m. EDT through 2 a.m. EDT 4/27
4/27: Servers available 8 p.m. EDT through 2 a.m. EDT 4/28
4/28: Servers available 2 p.m. EDT through 2 a.m. EDT 4/29
4/29: Servers available 2 p.m. EDT through 2 a.m. EDT 4/30
Developer Bluehole is also looking for feedback from players, including bug reports for any issues encountered while trying out the new map. As an added incentive to get players to send in feedback, Bluehole will host a “Bug Bounty,” giving in-game rewards to 150 players who sent in a bug report during the testing phase.
It’s also possible the test server will unexpectedly be down for maintenance during the testing phases. Follow the PUBG Help Twitter account for all the up-to-date information on server statuses and more.
So what do you think? Are you excited to play on the Miramar map on your Xbox One? What other updates would you like to see added to PUBG on Xbox One? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
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