A new round of player testing on Sanhok - the small-scale multiplayer map currently in development - will take place on the very final day of this month.
The news was confirmed on the game's official Twitter account a little earlier on this evening, and provides the basic details of the beta period:
You’re invited to return to Sanhok for a fourth round of testing on the Experimental Server. This test begins May 31, 7PM PDT / June 1, 4AM CEST / June 1, 11AM KST. More details: https://t.co/GrjxtHGjnY pic.twitter.com/bMglm74gDWPLAY BATTLEGROUNDS (@PUBG) May 29, 2018
As you'll see from the tweet above, the fourth round of Sanhok testing will kick off at 3AM UK time on 31st May. For our international readers, that's 4AM CEST and 7PM PDT.
By following the Steam link embedded in that tweet, we've also been able to learn that the testing period will end on Monday 4th June at 12:00 noon UK time. Again, that's 1pm CEST and 4AM PDT.
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Anyone who wants to participate in this round of testing need only possess a copy of PUBG, and also install the Steam client called PUBG: Experimental Server - you'll find it in your game library list as usual.
The developers anticipate that this will be the final test period of Sanhok before its deployment onto the live servers at the end of June. Check out or comprehensive Sanhok guide if you want to learn how to thrive and survive on the intense new map.