PUBG Corp. previously said it'll be out in the spring, and in a recent development update, the developer went into a bit more detail about its plans. In this, Update 10 of version 1.0, the goal of the developers seems to have been to reduce some annoying strategies and trends that were becoming prevalent and slowing down the pace of the game, especially in its middle section. The main change is by tweaking the gameplay to make it faster paced and more fun.
Here's a list of those improvements, which includes things like all in-game clothing being removed from maps, adjusted Blue Zone speed and damage and new features in Miramar.
The blue zone changes will be the biggest difference for regular players, though.
Blue zone delay time has been reduced.
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Elsewhere, PUBG update 10 tinkers around with the Miramar map, specifically the northern part of the battleground, in order to 'make it more appealing.' As such, travel has been facilitated by the addition of more roads, off-road paths, and vehicle spawning locations, while the Oasis is now found in the north area and a new village has set up shop in the northwest.