Earlier this month, Bluehole announced that they are finally on the road to ‘Fix PUBG‘ campaign after getting complaints from the players of both the platforms. As a part of their campaign, they rolled out an update number 19 and now, they promised a new training mode for the gamers, especially newcomers.

As per the blog update on Steam forums, a new training mode for PUBG will be going live in September which will give the players an opportunity to practice their aim, shooting range with players between 5 to 20 in a new 2×2 km map.

This mode is specifically designed for players who want to develop their game skills in almost every aspect and spend some time to enhance their shooting abilities to hit the target. The training mode will include parachute practice area, vehicle driving, close-quarters combat, melee range, parkour area and almost every aspect of the game.

According to the developers, the aim is include “all aspects of PUBG, from driving the game’s various vehicles around the island’s race tracks, to practicing parachute landings on scattered targets, to mastering the prefect peek shot.”

The developers believe that this will lead to better, more stable and fairer game as the players will be given a separate mode to learn a variety of skills so they can enter the official matches without getting destroyed.

Some pictures of the new training mode were published, which can be seen right below;

See also: PUBG Update Adds Dynamic Weather, Bullet Penetration and Performance Improvements

According to the developers, this will be a ‘living map’ which will be updated on timely basis as the game develops in the future. What do you think of this new training mode?

PUBG is available for PC and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more updates!

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