Signups open for second round of PUBG’s Savage map testing

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You can sign up now to try out PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ third map, Savage. The second round of beta testing starts Monday, but it’s only open to users who have gotten a key.

Here’s why we think Savage is a better addition to PUBG than Miramar was.

PUBG Corp. is offering another round of keys for this week’s test, and you can sign up to get one here. You’ll have to confirm that you already own the game by validating your Steam account through the PUBG site. If you’ve already gotten a Savage key, you don’t need to sign up again – you’ll be able to take part in this test with the key you have already.

Once you’ve activated your key on Steam, you’ll be able to play Savage by installing and launching a new entry in your Library, called PUBG: Closed Experimental Server. The test is will begin Monday at April 16 at 18:00 PDT, and runs through Wednesday, ending at 18:00 PDT.

The Savage map is much smaller than PUBG’s two existing maps, Erangel and Miramar, making Savage matches much more, well, savage.

If you don’t make it in this round, don’t worry – PUBG Corp. say there are more rounds of testing planned, and they’ll have a complete schedule up Monday.