PUBG to Replace Vikendi Map with Karakin


PUBG is undoubtedly the most popular action-packed game with millions of its crazy fan across the globe. If you too are a big fan of this game then here’s some good news for you all. PUBG is all set to replace its existing Vikendi map with a brand-new map called Karakin.

Karakin is the fifth map of the PUBG game which is all set to be included in the main game. Apparently, it looks like a user-friendly map with its aspects. PUBG has officially released a teaser video featuring the new map of the game.

You can find out more about the newly introduced map on the embedded tweet shared on Twitter by PUBG’s official Twitter handle:

If you closely look at the video, you would see two different characters are roaming around in the desert map. They are heading towards a small town with weapon studded. The town looks heavily bombed as we can also see the Red Zone in the video.

Now, if we talk about the new Karakin map which is just introduced by PUBG, it is located in North Africa or Middle East. The desert map seems quite familiar to us in which a small town is located on the top of the mountain.

Apparently, the new Karakin Map would be much smaller than the existed ones. The fifth map would be the smallest map in the history of the PUBG game. Previously, we have received a lot of leaks about the gameplay and the map.

According to rumors and leaks, the new Karakin Map would be 2*2 in size. The new map will come along with the a new Black Zone. This new zone would come with a unique capability of destroying buildings with mortar. Furthermore, the leaked video itself says that it is replacing the existed map.

Unfortunately, there is no official launch date of the Karakin map released by the officials yet. However, we can expect to see it live on the test servers very soon. Many official statements are being released on Reddit and Twitter, so we hope to see more official updates on the game very soon.

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