Interested in seeing what the new PUBG desert map looks like? Take a look at 50 PUBG Miramar screenshots below. We’ve taken some HD photos of the new map and as you’ll soon see below, it’s absolutely stunning.
PUBG Desert Map Is Massive
The new desert map really is stunning. Here are a few images to showcase it. Here we can see a view of the terrain surrounding one of the larger cities in Miramar.
There’s no denying that this map looks beautiful, no matter where you land.
The scenery blows us away.
It’s so much more open than Erangel. Nearly everything you can see, you can walk to. (Besides the mountains.)
Even the mountains in the distance look stunning.
PUBG Miramar Map City Screenshots
We are big fans of the open areas in Miramar, but we have to give a bit of love to the cities too.
There’s a dusty, industrialized theme present throughout Miramar.
From the slums to the city centers, everything has been expertly created from the ground up.
PUBG Corp. has also thought hard about incorporating vaulting into Miramar and its new buildings.
Everything is placed perfectly from a gameplay perspective, too.
Miramar Screenshots – New PUBG Vehicles
With the new PUBG map, comes a number of new vehicles and reskins of old vehicles. Here’s a look.
The new van is a tank. It’s slow, but sturdy.
We’re big fans of the new off-road ready pickup too.
There are various different reskins and remodels for each new vehicle.
The interiors are beautiful.
More PUBG Miramar Screenshots
We just can’t quite get over the beauty found within the new map.
This new PUBG desert map makes us want an open world persistent life mod for PUBG.
It’s hard to cover every last inch, but it’s clear a lot of love and care has gone into building Miramar.
There’s lots of potential for long-ranged sniper battles.
I mean, it’s just stunning, isn’t it?
PUBG Miramar’s Very Industrial Setting
Here are a series of screenshots that show off the industrial buildings you’ll frequently come across.
Here’s the new prison, which also serves as the map’s starting area.
The industrial, worn-down buildings create some great opportunities for combat.
The detail here makes us want to know more about Miramar’s backstory.
It should be noted: All of these buildings can be entered and already have loot in.
More Beautiful PUBG Desert Map Screenshots
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Even the barren areas are built with thought and care.
Here’s a view of the outskirts of an industrial area.
Even the concrete on the prison outdoor area is worn down and rustic.
The roads are often scattered with small buildings and settlements like this.
The New PUBG Desert Map Graphics Are Amazing
What’s surprising about the new map is the level of detail on every last road, building, and hill.
Small touches like this graffiti gives Miramar a lifelike history.
Even after dozens of hours, we still haven’t explored it all.
You’ll constantly find new areas and new buildings to explore in Miramar.
And you’re constantly left impressed by the detail of all of these new areas and buildings.
The PUBG Desert Map Is Coming To Live Servers on December 20
Miramar is already available on the PC test server, but it will come to live servers on December 20.
Weapons like the Kar98K and the SKS will be even more important when Miramar finally launches.
Players are more spread out, but you’ll often come into firefights every 2-3 minutes.
There’s plenty of action to be had, even in barren areas like this.
Here’s another small settlement.
Make Sure You’re Ready For Long-Ranged Battles
Get out there and find those 8x scopes because they’ll be very handy on Miramar.
This vehicle in the distance is being driven by another player.
Everything in this image can be visited.
The new weapons work well on Miramar too.
Just make sure you still have close-ranged weapons for when you enter towns like these.
The Interiors For Miramar’s Buildings Are Also Stunning
Check out some of the detail that’s been put into the buildings in the new PUBG desert map.
There’s a lot of potential for some scary close-quarter battles in these corridors.
It’s sickeningly confusing to begin with, but you soon get used to the multi-room, multi-floor buildings.
Objects have been smartly placed in the bigger buildings so that players have cover.
It never gets old.
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