As explained by team in patch notes posted on Steam, this patch is looking to make tweaks to the blue zone, as well as make changes to the Miramar map. Now the blue zone will shrink at a faster speed than before in the start of the game which many players wanted. Last but not least, by adding more vehicle spawns to Miramar, the ongoing goal is to slowly transform this divisive map into something most PUBG enthusiasts actually enjoy.
In-game clothing spawns have been removed from all maps.
What do you think of PUBG's blue zone changes?
Update 10 mainly targets the blue zone, which for those who don't speak PUBG is basically the developer's way of letting you know the match is reaching it conclusion; if you don't avoid it, you're brown bread.
PUBG has also adjusted settings so that safe zones favors land rather than water, reducing the chances that players will be stranded on islands at the end.
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Safe zones will also appear on Erangel the original PUBG Battlegrounds' map.
Except for the first blue zone, the probability of creating an extreme safe zone (one far away from the center of the previous circle) has been reduced by 30%. PUBG Corp is specifically asking for feedback on many of these changes, including the earlier reveal of the safe zones, which they indicated may not make it to the next update if players hate it.
Most notable are the introduction of a lake in the north, the new village Alcantara in the northwest, and several new off-road paths in the northeast. But you have to be aware that team DBNO and team kills subtract 5 points from your score.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has received a new patch, and though it only features a few changes, they're very significant.