Livik then is a two-by-two kilometre map that will allow for 52 players to battle it out against a backdrop of Nordic-inspired scenery. Matches on this new map are expected to last around 15 minutes. There will also be some map-exclusive weapons and vehicles.
On the munitions front, players will be able to find the P90 submachine gun and Mk12 marksman rifle. As for vehicles, players will be able to cut about Livik in a monster truck. The developers are keen to point out the map is still in beta stage, so changes are expected to be made in future updates.
To coincide with its arrival, players will be able to participate in the Livik Firearm Special Training Event. Whilst this is underway, folks will discover Experimental Trial Weapon Crates dotted about the map which contain special versions of weapons with better attributes than regular guns.
Elsewhere, there’s a new game variant called Bonfire Mode. Players will have a chance to play this if they queue up for Erangel and Miramar. Scattered across the map will be small statues that can be burned to get supplies and event items.
There will also be Giant Statues that will have multiple construction stages that will alter throughout the event. There will also be Statue Camps that get set up around other Statues with a plethora of supplies to be found inside the tents.
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