PUBG fans have a second chance to test out the brand new Codename: Savage map this week.
Bluehole has announced plans to open the second round of testing early next week.
You can sign up to play the Codename Savage map by visiting the PUBG website, although keys are limited.
“Keys are limited, so hurry if you want to become a tester,” reads a new blog post.
“If you already got a key for the CES last time around, you don’t need to sign up again—just use the same Closed Experimental Server launcher from last time.
Round two of testing begins in the early hours of Tuesday morning for UK players. It ends two days later on April 19.
“Look for another post from us next Monday for more details on what’s changed between the last release and now,” Bluehole adds. “We can’t wait to get your feedback on the latest build!”
Speaking of new maps, Xbox One users will be able to finally check out Miramar when it hits test servers later this month.
This will be preceded by a free trial taking place on April 19.
Available to Xbox Live Gold subscribers only, the free trial can be accessed from the membership section of the dashboard.
“Get ready for a free trial of PlayerUnknown’s Battlgrounds (PUBG) during Xbox Live Gold’s Free Play Days, beginning Thursday, April 19 at 12:01 a.m. PDT to Sunday, April 22 at 11:59 p.m. PDT,” reads a Microsoft post.
“Once the event begins, download the game by clicking on the Gold Member feature area on the Xbox Live home dashboard, or search for the game on the Microsoft Store via the Xbox Dashboard.”
Even better news is that any progress earned during the free event will carry over to the full release.
Microsoft continues: “During Free Play Days players will be able to download and play the full Xbox Game Preview version of PUBG including all multiplayer modes (solo, duos, squads).
“Any Battle Points (BP) you earn during the Free Play Days period will carry over to the game should you purchase it when the Free Play Days period has ended.”
As for Miramar, Xbox One users must download the separate test version of PUBG to check it out.
This will give players the option to jump on and test updates before they hit Xbox One.