PUBG season 11 is about to start with the return of Paramo. This is an extremely familiar scene of this battle royale game when a new patch is released. Developers have posted the notes of the new PUBG update on their website. Among them, there is a special event that gamers will enjoy is the return of Paramo.

New changes in the update of PUBG Season 11

While the fan community will have to say goodbye to Haven and Kararin, gamers can play Paramo in casual and custom matches. Like the other maps, Paramo still has its random elements. But you’ll notice that an additional random location is now possible. Besides that, the developers have also increased the appearance rate of secret rooms and care package helicopters. At the same time the fields will also have more mulch.

Unlike PUBG Season 10, the developers will limit the number of playable maps to five from the 11.1 update onwards. The developers are making matchmaking and map rotation a “pretty difficult task” while they will continue to create new maps. They also grasp the user’s preference that the majority would favor the large 8 × 8 maps, while each person’s preferences were still very different.

Accordingly, Erangel and Miramar will be two available maps. Meanwhile, the remaining maps will rotate in and out of the remaining three slots. Cycling out maps also gives PUBG developers the opportunity to work on them a bit for when they make their return. As for the Update 11.1, the Paramo map will replace Karakin in the rotation.

Since the 11.1 update, players will no longer be able to play more than 5 maps.
Since the 11.1 update, players will no longer be able to play more than 5 maps.

PUBG Season 11 will also bring a new feature called Emergency Pickup. Basically, this feature makes it possible to send a giant fulton balloon into the sky and ride it to the safe zone’s centre when it attaches to an aeroplane.

Some adjustments along with the return of PUBG Season 11 Paramo

PUBG Season 11 will be the start of a new runtime for each section. Unlike before, they will run for two months at a time and will no longer be suitable for the Survivor Pass. To compensate for this, the developers made adjustments to the ranked reward table.

Accordingly, the developers have noticed that players use the emblem rewards a lot, especially at high rankings. And most players will tend to use emblems from the most recent season, instead of the older seasons. Therefore, to emphasize and celebrate the recent ranked achievements of gamers, they offer ranked emblems and similar symbolic rewards. However, the rewards are only available for players to use during the current season in which they have received. Additionally, the ranked skin rewards are still permanent items that players can use any season.

Each PUBG season will last for 2 months and the developer has compensated for this by offering many new ranked awards.
Each PUBG season will last for 2 months and the developer has compensated for this by offering many new ranked awards.

The weapons are also being balanced

As for the PUBG season 11, you’ll also notice that the weapon spawn rate in ranked mode has increased similar to the Esports mode on all maps. Thus, the player will save time looting thanks to the increase in the amount of item spawns (from 30% to 40%).

Weapons such as Mini-14, VSS and SCAR-L are also being balanced and increased damage. To learn more about all the notes, visit the PUBG website.

It’s all about the return of Paramo map, as well as prominent changes and improvements players should be aware of in the patch notes 11.1. Hope this information will be useful to you. Do not forget to update the PUBG news to install PUBG Season 11 as soon as possible.