PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds developer Bluehole has confirmed that it will share a roadmap of updates for the every-man-for-himself shooter next month. This will include the game's next map, which is due to roll out by June at the latest.

Writing in a Steam community post, the studio admitted that it's been focusing most of its efforts as of late on stomping down on cheaters, with 100 of them banned in January alone. Still, that's not to say it hasn't been busy working on polishing up the PUBG experience; there's a new update available to grab now, and you see the patch notes right here.

'Early this year, development of some of the major features and systems was delayed as our focus shifted towards tightening our anti-cheat effort. Also, due to other reasons, we have not been able to show you the team’s development roadmap for 2018,' said Bluehole.

PUBG recently hit the 30 million sales mark although active users appear to be slowly dropping off. Oh, and one chap also tasked himself with scoffing down an actual roast chicken with each victory, as part of the Chicken Dinner Challenge. 

No details are currently known on the third map, although last year Bluehold indicated it will be set in the Adriatic Sea, featuring a sandy coastline and snowy mountain region. Presumably we can expect this new content to hit the Xbox One version of PUBG at some point down the line. 

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