PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will be undergoing quite a few changes and expansions over the next few months it seems. Thanks for a new announcement, and PUBG Corp,’s promise to ‘fix PUBG’ and add new content, the game is slated to receive a new training mode next month that takes place on a map that is two square kilometers in size.

The new training mode will feature firing ranges from 400, 800, and 1,000-meter zones, giving players plenty of ways to practice their aim and get better. On top of that, you’ll also be able to practice on both free standing and moving targets, as well as on targets inside and outside of buildings. This is probably one of the best training modes we’ve heard about coming to any game of this sort, as it really will give players a full run of everything that they can do in the base game.

Other areas you can train in include an area built specifically for parkour, as well as designated training areas for close-quarters combat, as well as indoor close-quarters combat. If you struggle to handle the vehicles in PUBG very well, then you’re also in luck, as the new training mode will include a long racing track with off-road areas, stunt ramps, and more. All of this will really help you hone your skills as a player in PUBG, giving you a large area to test your mettle and become better.

The ‘fix PUBG’ initiative was announced earlier in the month by PUBG Corp., and is set to take place over the next three or so months, and will include several different updates to the game to fix current issues, add new content, and just overall make the game a much better place. You can check out our PUBG guides if you’d like to see more of our PUBG content, and we’ll be sure to keep you up to date with the latest information and news coming out of the popular battle royale game that has helped define the genre.