KRAFTON announces more details about PUBG: Battlegrounds Update 21.2 and has published the official patch notes.
Following the release of Vikendi Reborn, KRAFTON, Inc. will release PUBG: Battlegrounds Update 21.2 on January 18th for PC and January 26th for consoles. This will give players updates to Vikendi, Sanhok, and Taego, as well as an update to the 1v1 Arena in Training Mode.
There is also a detailed overview of the most important updates coming with Update 21.2 for PUBG: Battlegrounds. For more information, see the full patch notes here. Players who want to try a first look at the new content can do so starting today on the PC Test Server.
World Updates in Vikendi Chill Out – Mother Nature is back and wreaking havoc once again in Vikendi. With the 21.2 update, players will be exposed to the Blizzard Zone. Once players enter this zone, they will move more slowly, take continuous damage per second, and have their vision and hearing impaired. Vehicles are also more difficult to control. New Secrets – In addition to the Blizzard Zone, there are new locations for players to explore: the secret rooms. These are located throughout Vikendi and reward players who have found a Security Key with various valuable items upon opening them. Ready to Repair – Repair Kits are now exclusive to Vikendi! Players whose armor, helmet, or vehicle were damaged during gameplay can use the sets to repair them. The Helm and Armor Repair Kits fully restore their respective items, while the Mechanic’s Toolbox restores 500 vehicle health and can only be used inside the vehicle. Care Packages for Everyone – Multi-Drops are finally coming to Vikendi! Similar to Taego, multiple supply packs containing high-quality weapons, armor, consumables, and more will drop randomly throughout the match. World Updates in Sanhok – Based on past player feedback, there are numerous changes in Sanhok. Among other things, the cave and the rocky mountain have been equipped with ascension ropes and ascension rope attachments are made available to the players as starting items. Added additional bridges connecting the northwestern island to the boot camp and ruins to make traveling around the map easier. Also, the water area around the ruins has been lowered to allow players to swim through. Finally, certain areas have been sanded out to make traversing the map easier. Winning also counts in Training – The Training mode arena was introduced to the Survivors in a previous patch. Now players can prove their superiority over friends or rivals with a winning streak. Victory streaks in the arena will be recorded after the live server update. A tie does not affect the winning streak.
A video of the patch can be seen here:
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