PUBG Desert Map: Check Out 5 New, Exclusive Screenshots

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is currently the world’s most popular multiplayer game, selling approximately 20 million copies since its initial Early Access release in March, and smashing all of Steam’s concurrent player records. Later this year, PUBG will exit Early Access with a game-changing vaulting mechanic, and a much-anticipated second new map, set entirely in a desert environment.

Below, you can check out 5 new, exclusive, work in progress screenshots from the map, giving you an idea of the gameplay opportunities it and the new vaulting system present.

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If you wish to experience the new desert map at the highest levels of detail possible, and at higher resolutions that make distant enemies easier to spot, GeForce GTX 10-Series graphics cards can exceed 60 FPS at Ultra settings, improving upon the performance of previous-generation GPUs by over 2X. Learn more here.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds GeForce GTX 10-Series Performance

For further information about PUBG's official release, be sure to follow PlayerUnknown himself on Twitter. And to capture and share your best PUBG moments, enable ShadowPlay Highlights in GeForce Experience and PUBG's Options menu.

If you haven't got PUBG yet, we'll be giving away 5,000 copies to randomly-selected users of GeForce Experience. To be in with a chance of receiving one, simply load up GeForce Experience before 21st November. If selected, you'll receive an in-app notification. Good luck!