PUBG PC's New Event Tests Your Skills On Sanhok; Here Are The Full Details

It's all about the Winchester.


A new event called Sanhok Forty-Fivers has started for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on PC. The event only lasts a week--ending August 5 at 7:00 PM PST / August 6 at 4:00 AM CEST / August 6 at 11:00 AM KST--so if you want to participate, grab some friends and get online.

Sanhok Forty-Fivers pits 20 teams against one another on Sanhok. Each team is typically composed of a four-person squad for a maximum of 80 players on the battleground, but playing in a full squad isn't mandatory. The safe zone is visible from the beginning and starts out pretty small so players land close together. Both Red Zones and Killer Spectating are disabled, weather is perpetually set to overcast, and it's impossible to kill your teammates.

The only weapons in Sanhok Forty-Fivers are throwables and firearms that take .45 ammo. Tommy Guns, Win94s, R45s, and P1911s spawn on the map, while Vectors drop in care packages. Care packages also carry 0.45 ACP rounds, level three gear, and other items that players might find useful.

The full details of Sanhok Forty-Fives can be read on Steam.

The test server for PUBG on PC is currently live. The new updates on the server tweak inventory management for weapon attachments and makes changes to the Erangel and Miramar maps--even adding entire new clusters of buildings. Weather effects have also been added so players occasionally parachute through cloudy skies that eventually roll over into rain or fog during the match. Bullets also penetrate through arms and hands to strike targets beyond enemy players.

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