Xbox One PUBG players won't have to wait much longer until the Miramar map goes live. The big day arrives on May 24, but PUBG Corp wants to hold one more test weekend. Just to stomp out any lingering bugs (Miramar is in the desert, so let's assume said "bugs" are scorpions and camel spiders).
The test servers open on Friday, May 18 at 8 a.m. PDT / 11 a.m. EST. They'll remain open until the Miramar map goes live on Xbox One come May 24. Solos, Duos, and Squads are all open in both the first-person perspective and third-person perspective.
PUBG Corp's been fine-tuning Miramar Xbox One with the help of the feedback it's received on the map so far. The time it takes to load Miramar and Erangel have been reduced (though Erangel still loads a little faster than its sibling), and Miramar should see an increased number of vehicle and weapon spawns now.
The latest batch of test server patch notes also includes a mountain of bug fixes. Visit the official PUBG forums for a full list of what's been squashed. Finally, PUBG Corp is aware some Xbox One players are experiencing crashes after extended play periods (around three hours or so), and it's working to fix the problem. In the meantime, the team advises players restart the app every couple of hours to prevent the issue from rearing its head. When those merry video game mascots pop up and advise you take a break every hour, they're not joking.
The desert is a dangerous place. Water will not save you, but our guide to PUBG and Miramar probably will.