PUBG mobile introduces its new exclusive map will be officially known as LIVIK
PUBG Mobile has been the top-grossing multiplayer battle game for three years on the line. Tencent Games has been actively updating and adding new features that have made the game at its best. PUBG Mobile has been teasing about its new map from long that is to be introduced in its upcoming 0.19.0 update. However, now it is been official that the new map to be included in the upcoming update will be LIVIK.
The beta members that earlier experienced the secret map named it ‘fourex’ and now it’s official that it is going to be a brand new map made exclusively for PUBG Mobile which will be known as LIVIK. Yes, a new secret map for PUBG mobile that has nothing to do with Karakin map or Erangel 2.0. It all started when the official PUBG Mobile social media channel tweeted a four-piece jigsaw puzzle hinting a new map.
Introducing… Livik! Our newest PUBG MOBILE exclusive map! 🏞️
— PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) June 25, 2020
The secret map LIVIK is like a crossway between all the existing ones and has snow as well as a dessert with all the grasslands and trees in between. At first glance, the LIVIK secret map appears small and sized just a 2x2km map.
The new LIVIK map brings a new shotgun called SPAS 12 that has a built-in silencer and a smaller spread, making it lethal for short-range combat. The topography has changed so have the building and houses. The map also includes the usual vehicles include the motorbike, UAZ, buggy, and so on. It also includes a new monster truck that can basically drive over almost anything including boulders.
There are also some new waterfalls on the map. Apart from these, there are also a bunch of loot crates in different parts of the map that are mostly loaded with a fully kitted gun including a scope, extended mag, and foregrips.
The Map is available on the PUBG Mobile Beta version and will be available to all the users after the release of 0.19.0 update. To stay updated on tech and cybersecurity news subscribe to our newsletter from here