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Pickup
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This truck is currently being talked about whether it's a Chevy or Ford? You can find that page at Talk:Pickup.

The Pickup are a list of trucks / off-road vehicles that are drivable only on map Miramar, replacing the UAZs in BATTLEGROUNDS.

Summary

The Pickup can be seen as Miramar's equivalent of the UAZ - both have closed and open topped variants, and both have roughly the same top speeds. Its high ground clearance and engine torque make it suitable for tackling Miramar's rough and bumpy desert terrain, being capable of hill starts even on fairly steep inclines, although its stopping distance leaves more to be desired. It also has a wide turning circle, even wider than the UAZ, making it a poor choice when navigating tight turns and corners.

Variants

Abilities

  • Can activate its boost by using 'left shift.'
  • Can honk the horn of the Pickup by using 'left click.'

Update history

  • This vehicle was leaked in the game files on November 13th, 2017 from datamined files [1] in the Test Server PC 1.0 update patch notes.
    • Vehicle was introduced in the Test Server PC 1.0 update #3.
      • Vehicle was officially released in the PC 1.0 update on December 21st, 2018.


Trivia

  • The Pickup's license plate F2HNK (F to honk) is a reference to a common practical joke in the PUBG community — the F key by default enters and exits a vehicle, however, inattentive or new players are often told to press the F key to activate the horn, resulting in the driver's untimely death.
  • While not an exact reproduction, the Pickup is heavily based on the Third generation Chevrolet C/K with elements of the 1972 - 1979 Sixth generation Ford Bronco/Ford F-Series, such as the flared side skirts and fenders. The Bronco was originally an off-road only vehicle intended to become a direct competitor for the Chevrolet K5 Blazer/GMC Jimmy. The Bronco's small size, riding on a 92-inch (2,337 mm) wheelbase, made it maneuverable for some uses, but impractical as a tow vehicle.
  • The dashboard speedometer has 55 MPH highlighted, a holdover from the National Maximum Speed Law enacted in the US during the 1980s as a result of the 1973 oil crisis.

Vehicle audio

Audio Type Track preview
Pickup Honk

Gallery

WIP

WIP previews/concept art of the pickup truck.

References