PUBG recently released the latest Miramar update, which includes a mission to gather 1.95 million DVDs. The mission is supposed to be completed by the whole community as one.\r\n\r\nHowever, it seems the PUBG Corporation seems to have misjudged its own player base. Apparently, that target seems impossible now, which forced the developer to adjust the goal to just 1.3 million DVDs. This was confirmed by PlayerIGN on its Twitter account.\r\n\r\n[embed]https:\/\/twitter.com\/PlayerIgn\/status\/1198688888090316800[\/embed]\r\n\r\nThe mission is part of the Survivor\u2019s Pass: Badlands, or patch 5.1. If completed, the whole community will find out the background story of Miramar. According to the mission, if you find a single disc, that counts as one point against the overall target. If you find a split disc, it counts as two points. Finally, you contribute three points to the goal if you stumble upon an old DVD.\r\n\r\nHowever, it seems everybody is just wasting time looking for these DVDs and the cardboard boxes. Twitter user Jai_Bones also noted that not was the goal lowered, PUBG also made it easier to collect the items. For instance, he observed that he sees more boxes than before. As he shared, he collected three items after exploring one room alone.\r\n\r\n[embed]https:\/\/twitter.com\/Jai_Bones\/status\/1199242093304127488[\/embed]\r\n\r\nAnother gamer said that players do not even pick up the items because they are a waste of time. The logic behind it is that other players can work toward achieving the goal. And since it is a community goal, they would still get the same reward at the end of the mission.\r\n\r\nMiramar is the second map on PUBG. It was originally developed as a four-square kilometer map. However, it expanded to eight square kilometers when it went live. The map is characterized by desert plains, flat grounds, and rustic areas. The whole map is geared toward long-range battles and ambushes.\r\n\r\nAt least, PUBG Corporation acknowledged that the gamers already lost interest in the mission. The company needs to find another way to spark interest again. Just knowing the real story behind Miramar might not be enough motivation.\r\n\r\nMeanwhile, PUBG patch 5.2 is already live, and one of the key additions is the spike trap. You can use the spikes to puncture the tires of unsuspecting vehicles for an ambush. Once it renders a vehicle immobile, the trap will disappear. Another key addition of the patch is the PUBG Labs. It is a platform where the developer will dump new features and tweaks to get feedback from players.