The screenshot below shows the Aquarail off the coast of the desert landscape of Miramar, offering up yet another look at the PUBG desert map we're so tantalizingly close to checking out for ourselves in PUBG 1.0's third wave of testing.
Called Miramar, the map is mainly covered in desert, which sits in stark contrast to the current lush forest island featured in the game.
The map features a portion of beach towns overlooking the sea, but most of the action will take place inland. That's now changed, as the publisher has officially revealed the map and when players will have a chance to play on it.
More details about the different regions of Miramar and how they play can be found in the announcement.
The inclusion of the new map is sure to be welcomed by the game's community, who have come to understand every inch of the game's existing massive map.
According to the PUBG blog, "the unique terrain and dense urban areas of Miramar will create a new Battle Royale experience where the old strategies may no longer work and new tactics are required". There's also the smaller town of Pecado, and a bunch of tiny locations with simple names like Cemetery and Junkyard. Players should secure high vantage points by exploring the numerous construction sites, and loot for gear in the cavernous, abandoned commercial buildings.
El Pozo is interesting for its Luchador Arena, where players can "test themselves against all comers".
As we collectively gird our loins for the launch of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on Xbox One, Microsoft has confirmed the release timings for the game's arrival in Game Preview on the Xbox Store, while one of the game's cosmetic item packs is already available for purchase. The city also has a "death bowl" where players can put their motorcycle skills to the test.