Did you miss the Paramo map introduced in October 2020 in the Battle Royale shooter Playerunknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG)? Then you can look forward to it, because on March 31st it will return with the start of Season 11.

Season 11 has some innovations in the luggage

The new version of Paramo is set in the South American highlands and offers improvements to the terrain with more options to hide. The dynamic system, which changes important landmarks between the game rounds, will also be improved for Season 11. You can also look forward to higher spawn rates for items in the secret room.

That's in the new season of PUBG (buy now € 17.75 ) also included:

  • New Ranked Season: The Ranked Seasons will run over a period of two months, so they will no longer run parallel to the Survivor Passes. An increase in the spawn rates of all weapons on all maps should better adapt the values ​​to the esport mode.
  • New "Emergency Pickup" item: With the "Emergency Pickup" you and your teams can move quickly across the site to the next safe zone. You are allowed to use a Fulton balloon at a high altitude, which within 60 seconds calls an airplane to pick you up. But you can also jump off with your parachute. So you can leave the Blue Zone to quickly cross an enemy-controlled area. You can find the "Emergency Pickup" in Erangel, Miramar, Sanhok and Vikendi.
  • Championship Medals: With season 11, the system for championship medals will be adjusted. This should give you the opportunity to better follow and present your most important achievements in the game. You will earn ten new medals tied to specific combat situations and survival. The championship medals can be acquired in both normal and ranked games. They don't exist in arcade, labs, or custom games.
  • PUBG ID: You can present your earned medal as part of the revised PUBG ID. You can also personalize your PUBG ID via the "Customization" tab.

Season 11 for PUBG begins March 31 for PC and April 8 for consoles.

Source: press release

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