The 5 Best Miramar Map Easter Eggs in PUBG

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After a couple of weeks of exploring the new Miramar map in Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, players have found some really exciting and funny Easter eggs. Some of the references found in PUBG's new map go as far as tricking players into hurting themselves, although most of them are just fun and games.

The old Erangel map had tons of cool little snippets here and there, too, but this new PUBG desert map has so much more to offer. If you enjoy looking for Easter eggs and want to find them all, then follow this guide for all the best Easter eggs on the new Miramar map in PUBG.

Easter Egg: Miramar Mini-Map

If you've been following the development of the new Miramar map in PUBG, then you've surely seen the very first prototype of the map presented by the developers. The thing is that the first map had these really strange names, which have been changed for the final release.

Now, you can find an Easter egg pertaining to that first map, complete with silly names on one of the islands -- which is located to the east of Los Leones. This map can be found inside the building on the table, exact location of which is marked on the screenshot below.

A map showing the location of the Miramar Mini Map Easter egg

Easter Egg: I Hate School

This next PUBG Easter egg is really well hidden, but if you can manage to get to the island south of Valle del Mar, you will have the chance to see it for yourself. It is located on top of the hill in the location named Minas del Sur. There you will see a red cone inside a circle of rocks with a note stickied to it saying, "I Hate School".

What could this mean? Well, if you've been playing on the Miramar map for a while, then you will know that the "school" is the hottest spot on the map right now. It looks like that players not only despise this location but the devs too.

A map showing the location of the I Hate School Easter Egg

Easter Egg: El Pollo es Mio

Just like Erangel's location names were inspired by Russian real-life locations, Miramar map's names are inspired by Spanish locations. So don't be surprised when seeing this graffiti on one of the buildings in Minas Generales located north from La Bendita in the central part of the map.

"El Pollo es Mio" means "The Chicken is Mine" in Spanish, and refers to the "Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner" phrase, which players may see when they win the match. Maybe this place is perfect for getting that last kill, who knows?

Easter Egg: Georgopol

Even though the main locations on Miramar have Spanish-based names, it looks like Bluehole decided to not forget about Erangel locations either. For example, at the entrance to the northern town of La Cobreria, you can find this sign of the town of Georgopol from the old map.

The name and the location of Georgopol in Erangel was based on the tragic town of Chernobyl. Since La Cobreria looks half-destroyed, it is truly a fitting sign to have here, too.

Easter Egg: F2HNK

PUBG devs have a great sense of humor, and this Easter eggs proves it. The new pick-ups you can find on the desert map have these weird car plate numbers. But if you take a closer look, then you may notice that the "F2HNK" actually means "Press F to Honk."

All the new players will definitely want to try it out, but the problem is that by pressing F in PUBG you make your character leave the vehicle. So by attempting to press F while driving your character will simply fall out of the car. Keep this in mind and don't just press F when driving. Veteran players know this trick too well.

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Hopefully, you enjoyed this selection of the best Miramar map easter eggs, and for other dedicated PUBG guides at GameSkinny refer to the list below:

Published Dec. 22nd 2017

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