In terms of key buildings, only one has been mentioned: a massive, Soviet-era cosmodrome. Initially, Mr Unknown himself (or Brendan Greene, if you prefer) revealed to us that the cosmodrome would feature several massive buildings full of loot, but that the team have had to scale down their ambitions.
“I see [a level designer] work on the cosmodrome, and the guy who is working on the buildings - the first round of buildings he did were massive. You could host two or three whole battle royales within these buildings. They had 50 floors, they were gigantic, but they made the area look super cool. We did have to cut them down and make them more manageable so people did not run into a building and go ‘Fuck’. So much loot, so little time.”
Sounds exciting, but Greene was keen to emphasise that “it is still very early” and the maps are continually changing. “We are still blocking out where towns will be, what the various points of interest will be. On the Adriatic map, we have this really cool cosmodrome in mind, with a ruined shuttle half-falling.”
Sounds incredible, but it will be some time before we see the map in action as Greene has said the upcoming Adriatic map is not yet in production.
PUBG Adriatic map release date
Nope, nothing to report on here - sorry. A map of this size takes a very, very long time to make and is not even in production yet, so do not expect to be playing it until Q4 2018.