PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds finally leaves Early Access Dec. 20th

The Multiplayer Smash hit that dominated both Steam and Twitch throughout 2017, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), will be fulling the promises from its developer of reaching full release status before the end of the year by exiting Early Access on December 20th 2017.

Before that time though, we got at least one more update with a new map called Miramar, which was shown for the first time on Thursday’s Game Awards. The map is reportedly smaller then PUBG’s original map, Erandel, will feature a mix of urban and rural areas, along with some tall buildings.

Miramar is available in the Battlegrounds public test servers now. The Xbox One release of PUBG went live earlier this week, however appears to be having a rocky start.