A new Update 5.2 for PUBG (for PCs) is now on test servers. This is expected to be ported to live servers very soon. Patch notes for this new update are already here, check these out.
Gauging the patch notes for the Update 5.2, it is imminent that there would be the new Spike Trap item that could be used to cause flat tires of enemy vehicles. These spike traps could be set up by selecting these and then pressing LMB. If a trap has been laid, then it would not be possible to recover it again by picking up.
Features like the above are experimental, in the current Update 5.2 that is on test servers. You could check out the enhancements and communicate your findings to PUBG. Check out below the official communication from PUBG in this regard – via microblogging site Twitter. This tweet has also rapidly been going viral. Players have been expressing intent to check out the new update, imminently.
PC Players: Update 5.2 is now on the Test Server!— PUBG Support (@PUBG_Support) November 13, 2019
Spike Traps have arrived, along with improvements to Vikendi, the introduction of PUBG Labs for experimental features, auto-attachment feature, bug fixes and much more!
Full details: https://t.co/Zk82jM1pT8
Turn the music down in sound settings maybe pic.twitter.com/RC8keJ2XeU— Adam (@SoulSlayerZA) November 13, 2019
Woah! Spike Traps! Nice! PUBG keeps getting better and better!— Christopher "Chito" Escobar (@thechito20) November 13, 2019
Then, there are other newer experimental enhancements (via the custom PUBG Labs) such as Skill-based Rating for players, improvements to Vikendi (in-game aspects such as towns), Way Point feature to make players' in-game routes better through strategic planning. Then, there would also be the Auto Attachment feature that provides you weapons based on the attachments you pick up, along your way. For other full conventional enhancements, click here.