PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds desert-themed map, Miramar, will finally make its way to Xbox One test servers.
PC players may have been able to play in PUBG’s Miramar since December, but Xbox One fans will soon see what the fuss is about. As promised, the desert-themed map will be added to test servers tomorrow, and will likely join the finished game next month.
If you’d like to try out Miramar’s testing phase, you’ll need to visit the Xbox Store and download the “PUBG Test Server”. This client can be downloaded starting on April 24 at 12am PDT.
From there, testing periods run on six to twelve-hour windows. The first will begin on April 25, 2018 from 5pm PDT to 11pm PDT. That cycle will repeat for April 26 and 27. When the weekend kicks off, Bluehole will run twelve-hour testing windows from 11am to 11pm PDT each day. (Many thanks to Eurogamer for this info.)
As with any testing period, players should be prepared for bugs, limited features, and general inconveniences. Bluehole has even warned that “servers can go down for maintenance at any time”. The good news is this testing should allow for a more stable build when Miramar launches in the core game next month.