E3 2018: PUBG Adds Sanhok Map On Xbox One This Summer

With the release of Sanhok on PC right around the corner, it looks like Xbox One players of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds won't have to wait long for the new map either.

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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has been testing its latest map, Sanhok, on PC, and now it looks like console players can expect the map soon as well. During Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference, the company announced the map would come to Xbox One this summer.

The map, originally called codename Savage, will hit the PC version of the game on June 22, but we don't have an exact date for the Xbox One release yet. The map is designed to be a smaller, more close-quarters combat-focused map.

The game has undergone a few notable changes since it first appeared on the Experimental Test Server back in April. In particular, PUBG Corp. recently expanded the map with four new areas, and several existing areas were tweaked with new names and "various improvements."

In addition to announcing Sanhok for Xbox One, Microsoft also revealed a new map is coming in winter 2018. That map will be the first to feature snow. PUBG console players are sure to be happy with the news; Xbox One only just recently received the game's second map, with these announcements suggesting parity between it and the PC version could be coming soon.

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