Brendan "PlayerUnknown" Greene is in Amsterdam and teasing the content roadmap for PUBG in 2018.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds enters its second year in a strange position. While dominating the conversation in 2017, PUBG Corp. has spent the beginning of its second year combating cheaters, something the company says has slowed down its efforts on delivering new content and improvements to the game.
I’m at our new office in Amsterdam making final touches to our 2018 Roadmap. Excited to share it with everybody tomorrow!http://go.redirectingat.com?id=87431X1573192&xs=1&url=https%3A%2F%2Ft.co%2F35SyJFmby3 pic.twitter.com/ouFQxspfzh— PLAYERUNKNOWN (@PLAYERUNKNOWN) March 7, 2018
While we know a new snow map is on the way at some point, there are still a lot of uncertainties about where PUBG will go in 2018. Quality of life improvements such as fixing some of the bugginess of the game, and some balance changes are sure to come, along with requested features such as map selection are also potentially in the works.
PUBG for its part just wrapped up a PUBG Invitational as the game mounts an esports offensive. Though that hasn't necessarily impacted PUBG's base game content rollout.
In the meantime, Epic's Fortnite Battle Royale has surpassed PUBG as the most popular game on Twitch thanks to both the game's popularity and a recent Amazon Prime promotion which offered free Battle Royale loot.
For more on PUBG check out our guides on how to best get into the popular battle royale game, and be sure to check back in tomorrow when we outline the roadmap for PUBG's 2018.