While PUBG’s Paramo map was only introduced at the start of Season 9, it’s being removed when the season ends. At 3x3km, it was the battle royale game’s smallest map. It’s unique, too, as it changes every single match and has an active volcano you need to be wary of. Season 9 ends on December 16 once servers go into maintenance, so you have about two weeks to give the map a go before it’s gone forever. Around the release of the Paramo map and Season 9, PUBG also launched an official lore website, which has provided an extensive background to the map if you would like to learn more. PUBG Season 10 begins as soon as maintenance ends on December 16, at which time you will be able to collect all of your hard-earned Season 9 rewards. The details and rewards for Season 10 have not been announced yet, but we should get a launch trailer and details on the rewards closer to release.
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