PUBG Mobile New Update- Karakin Map
Whether PUBG Mobile will return to India anytime soon is unclear as per the recent reports. The developers of the company are adding new features to its mobile gaming app. A report claims that the Karakin map, which is already available on PC, is now available for testing on mobile.
Notably, the map was anticipated to be released for PUBG Mobile on the second day of the PUBG Mobile Global Championships (PMGC) 2020 but due to some technical reasons the release was postponed. Karakin will be available to all users soon. The Karakin map is one of the most important features of the PUBG Mobile version 1.3.0 global update, according to the report.
Karakin is a small 2×2 map, similar to the likes of Sanhok, Vikendi and Livik. Hence the total time duration of a match is expected to be less than 30 minutes and it can have a maximum of 64 players which is similar to the PC version. The location of the new map is in the dry and open environment of North Africa, which is filled with boulders.
According to reports and notifications, among the exclusive features of the Karakin map is Panzerfaust, which is a new rocket launcher. Once shot, Panzerfaust explodes upon hitting a surface and gets off automatically, which implies that it can only be used once in gameplay. Karakin is also expected to include many other new features like a sticky bomb that sticks to a wall when thrown and destroys it.
The new Motor Glider is also included in the new update which can be found in Erangle and Miramar maps and Karakin maps. The Motor Glider will be available on all the maps. Players can expect to find additional new features such as Smuggle Tunnels, a new dark zone, and more.
Remember that this is a beta update and it can only be accessed by testers as of now. The stable 1.3.0 update for PUBG Mobile is expected to launch after the current Season 17 is over.