First come, first served
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is about to get more chaotic than it has ever been before. The two PUBG maps in rotation are both 8×8 kilometers, and that has helped dictate the pace of matches. Now, PUBG Corp is going to experiment with dropping all 100 players on an island that’s one-fourth that size.
Starting tonight, PUBG is running alpha tests for its new “Savage” map that’s 4×4 km in size. The test period runs from April 2 at 7pm Pacific to April 5 at 4am Pacific. If you want in, we got you covered.
We’ve stumbled across 500 alpha codes for the Savage map. To get one, just follow the link below. It’s first come, first served so there’s no use waiting around.
(We’re using Godankey to automate the giveaway. Godankey says it doesn’t store your email address after it sends your key.)
Our process is simple, but entering the key might be a little confusing. The alpha is open to anyone with a code — regardless of whether or not they own PUBG. For some people, just entering the code under Steam’s “Activate a product on Steam” (in the “Games” tab) will be enough to grant access to the experimental server. For others, you might need to go to a redemption site and link your Steam account.
Anyway, you’re smart so I’m sure you’ll figure it out. Go get yourself a chicken dinner and then dedicate it to your robot overlord.