PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Has A Major Glitch In The Sanhok Map

There’s a place in the latest map in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds where at the southwest section of the islands, players are hiding beneath the dirt and killing unsuspecting players.

This video above shows YouTuber niklas exploiting the glitch and gunning down his opponent from the hiding spot.

This exploit can be found near the village Na Kham in the new Sanhok map, and it enables players to hide under the ground, appearing invisible to other players. Players passing through the affected ground texture actually stand on the terrain underneath the ground, not the top surface that’s actually visible. A player can become hidden if they choose to prone. It won’t be long till the developers will patch them up, so use it or avoid it now while you still can.

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