Hello Readers! Welcome to Humor Nation. You have played PUBG in your recent times most probably, if not you definitely would have listened about it somewhere or the other. PUBG as a game is very addictive and once you start playing, you will definitely come back to it, in order to improve your points. But do you know, the maps of Pubg are inspired by real places?
Here are 10 PUBG places which are inspired by the real-life locations of the world:
1. Cosmodrome, Vikendi:
Vikendi is a map larger than Sanhok which offers faster-paced battles when compared to Erangel and Miramar. This is a snow-covered map introduced numerous changes to the game, including the ability to track other players via their vehicle tracks and footprints. The reallocation of Cosmodrome has been taken from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazhakistan.
2. Castle, Vikendi:
Castle is located in the middle of the river crossing the island of Vikendi, nearby Vikendi’s largest river. And Castle is considered to be an invincible and a perfect place to test your fighting skills, well protected and with a vantage point across much of the surrounding land. The location of Castle in real life has been taken from Castle in Trakai, Lithuania.
Novorepnoye features the second city, Georgopol being the first that has a port/shipyard in Erangel. In the previous versions, it was a famous location to land and has high loot. It normally has around 3 – 5 Squad teams landing in Novorepnoye at a time. The real-life location of this place has been taken from the Novorossiysk port situated in Russia.
4. Cement factory, Vikendi:
Cement Factory features numerous large facilities, this facility was built because Vikendi had an abundant supply of limestones to make cement. The factory is closed for a long time, but it’s a perfect place to find good loot. The real-life location from which it has been taken from is Devil’s slide cement plant, situated in Utah, USA.
Volnova is one of the biggest cities in Vikendi. It is surrounded by narrow streets and stone walls. There are lots of local restaurants and shops located on the street. The population of the city led to many buildings being built on top of each other. The real-life location from which is taken from Burlington, Vermont in the USA.