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PUBG Mobile Guide

Everyone is talking about the Battle Royale game at the moment and there are two that are really in the headlines: PlayerUnid's Battleground and Call of Duty: Mobile. Both are available on mobile, offering gamers of their brand's battle royals to gamers.

To help you get up as quickly as possible, here are some top tips for you to do your best in PUBG Mobile.

How To Setup PUBG Mobile

Choose your login wisely: You can play as a guest (not available now), use Facebook or Twitter to sign in on PUBG Mobile Account. Facebook or Twitter means that you have to connect to your account, but you can sync your data, so you can switch to another phone or tablet without losing all your progress.

Prepare Your Phone: PUBG Mobile is a demanding game and your phone needs to be its best. Remove everything you don't need on it, leave all other apps that you have running in the background. Turn off battery saver, turn off data saver, turn off night mode for the best experience. You want to turn off auto-brightness - it can dim the screen during the game so that you don't see so well. Brighter = better.

Build your network: There is not much you can do here, but for a lag-free experience, you need a good connection to the PGG server. Mobile networks often have variable speeds, so it is Wi-Fi. Test the speed of your network using something like Speedtest (Apple App Store, Google Play) and avoid trying to play when someone else is streaming 4K content.

Connect your earphones: PUBG mobile has great audio and often the speakers on your phone will not do it justice. Connect your earphones for a more immersive experience - it helps you contact the enemy.

Welcome To The PUBG Lobby

When you start the game, you'll load into the lobby where you can change the entire range of settings, choose your game type, organize your friends, claim rewards, and check your inventory. Can manage.

How to choose your region's server: Under the large start button you have a box to setup your game type, including the server. Tap here and on the right side you will have different servers. If you're trying to play from somewhere else on a server in North America, then you might just have a messy experience, so check Ping, you're looking for a nice low number like 20ms.

How to adjust the frame rate: Tap the Settings cog on the bottom bar on the right, then Graphics. Here you will get the frame rate. If things look flaky, you may want to choose less. If you have a powerful phone, try higher.

How to set the graphics level: When you sign-in for the first time, you will be prompted, but you can also adjust the PUBG mobile graphics level to manage the expansion. Higher is better because you can see more, but it can adversely affect performance. There is a game with this and frame rate, adjust if the game does not run smoothly - but also keep an eye on Ping to ensure there is no server lag. There is also an auto / balanced option - it will keep the game smooth and adjust settings for you.

Engage HDR mode: Again, this option is in the graphics section, although to be honest we haven't seen a huge difference when it is engaged.

How to adjust the targeting reticule: Tap the Settings cog in the bottom right-hand corner, then Scope. Here you can change the color of the crosshairs.

Turn AIM Assist on / off: How hard do you want the game to be? AIM Assist will help you hit the target if you are usually pointing correctly. This is in Settings > Basic.

Use a gyroscope on your phone for the purpose: if your phone has a gyroscope, you can use motion to move your idea in the game. The best option is to aim when you're in the realm or using your weapon's sights - then you can move the phone instead of using a joystick. This can be very quick and natural when you have to react quickly. Go to Settings> Head> Gyroscope and you will get the option.

Top tips: These gaming settings above can be changed during the game, so you can switch on the go and change if you don't like the end results. However, changing the graphics level requires a game restart.

How to get clothes on your character: You start in your underwear, but you can store clothes on your list. You can buy clothes with real money in the shop, or you can also open clothes by earning BP and opening a crate. Some clothes are temporary, some get you to keep them. The game always involves taking clothes as you play.

Turn off chat or adjust mic volume: PUBG provides an in-game voice channel with controls to turn off the mic or speaker for mobile voice or adjust levels. In Settings> Audio, you will find controls. If you don't want to hear the jibber-jabber of some fool, then turn it off. Once you start the game, you can turn your mic on / off, along with other players' voices. With version 6, you can silence a particular player, but you can't turn off text chat for your team.

Change Control: This is a big deal. PUBG Mobile provides separate controls for feet and vehicles and you can adjust both. Go to Settings> Controls or Settings> Vehicles and you will find options for defaults.

Change the size or location of the control: Yes, you can also customize the in-game UI. In the control area above, there is an "Customize" option. Here you can setup various schemes, with the ability to change the transparency of the mouse, size and location to suit your preferences. Just play a little game before you start moving them.

Set Shotgun / Crossbow / Rifle to fire on release: You can choose whether to fire some weapons on tap on display, or for release. You can see that when you move your objective slightly, releasing means that the aiming point is likely to be more stable. However, it is less fun for quick shotgun action when you are doing fine.

PUBG Mobile Gaming Mode

The number of ways to run PUBG Mobile is increasing, with each update bringing a new approach. While the classic game remains the same, the arcade mode has changed in many ways and Evogord has added new options. Here is a breakdown of the current gaming mode in PUBG Mobile.

Everything here is accessed via the button below the start button - this is where you configure the game type you are going to play and how.

Select a different map: Since version 10 there are four maps - Erangel, Miramar, Sanhok, and Vikendi. You will get the option to select the map as soon as you press the game type button. If you select all, it will randomly choose one for you. Different maps have different terrains, sizes, and some special weapons or vehicles.

How to choose Solo, Duo or Squad Play: You can choose to play any game mode in any pair or squad of four players, this option is just under Maps. There are daily missions for a wide variety of games, so it is worth mixing it up. Sometimes you just want to destroy everyone, sometimes you want a squad.

How to choose first person or third person mode: First person perspective (FPP) gives you a different perspective. At the top of the game mode selector you will see the option of FPP or TPP (third person perspective). Both gaming scenes are ranked differently, so make sure you play both.

How to find your language-speaking teammates: This is a new addition from version 9. Instead of being dumped with a team speaking a different language, there is now an option to select two languages ​​as a preference. It will try to uplift you, so that you can communicate at least easily. It is in the game mode selection area as above, but we have not found it particularly effective.

Classic Mode

Select Classic for the long 100 player game. This is the original PUBG mobile experience, played with the entire roster across the map. You can change the teams and map for classic games. We still think the classic is the best, which will take 25-30 minutes (if you are the winner).

From version 15, there is a twist on the classic called payload mode that was discussed below, lived in Evoground.

Arcade Mode

Arcade mode has a range: War, Quick Match, Sniper Training, and Mini-Zone (No Longer Available). You can make a random selection or choose which one you want to play.

What is PUBG War? War mode is a continuous respawing battle, with teams aiming to score 100 points. There are 3 points for Kill, 1 point for knock out, 1 point for revive. You play and react until a team wins. Weapon selection is usually limited to one type and all begin with a weapon and the same kit.

What is a Quick Match? Original arcade mode, this is an 8-minute match in a small area of ​​the map, usually with a weapon theme, such as a shotgun or SMG. It survives as long as you can in this mode.

What is sniper training? We all like long guns, don't we? Sniper training is a 15-minute game with sniper weapons only.

What is a mini-zone? The mini-zone is only available on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and it gives you a small section of the map to play, but with a full roster of people and more frequent air drops. It is slightly more frantic than the classic, but feels just as much. This is one of our favorite gaming modes.


EvoGround was introduced to celebrate PUBG's partnership with Resident Evil and has become the experimental arena of PUBG. In version 13 of the game, new team deathmatch was added to this team, in version 15, payload mode.

What is the payload mode? Payload mode develops the classic mode on the Erangel map, adding rocket launchers and heavy weapons such as a minigan, an armored car, and a helicopter. The game is played in the same way as the Classic, but you can revive the team players.

What is TDM? The TDM team is Deathmatch. It is a game of 4 vs 4 with the red vs blue team, until one team reaches 40 Kills. It has unlimited responses and runs on a custom warehouse map, which is small enough to keep the game active.

Zombie: Survive Until Dawn 2. This mode sees you fighting zombies through two nights as well as all the other players on the map.

PUBG Mobile Basic Gameplay Tips

Whether you are in a team or on your own, here are some tips for you through the game.

Best clothes for PUBG characters: This is not a fashion show, this is Battle Royale, so think smartly. Mute shades and of course, camouflage, gives you a tactical advantage. With the icy Vikendi map, you need lighter colors - so that white shirt is really useful.

If you don't have good clothes, strip in the lobby area: It's a bit weird, but when you start a game, you have one or several minutes in the lobby area. You can leave your clothes and others can come to swap. Then you can swipe a better set of clothes. Okay, sometimes it doesn't, but sometimes you'll get a great set of threads!

There are clothes in the lobby area: a tower and some crates have been added to the lobby area on Spawn Island. You have about 1 minute to start the game and there are some clothes that you can assemble on top of the crate (next to the barrel). You have to use big jumps to get there, and it's hard, but you can get yourself a cool jacket and trousers. If spawning in the map (as was the case in version 8), then there is no behavior for you (which we have found).

Choose your moment to jump from the plane: PUBG Mobile plots the plane's route across the map, so you can see who you're flying at. It also tells you how many people are left on-board, so you have a general idea of ​​distribution on the map. Using this information, you can choose your INFIL point, avoiding areas filled with other players. Big cities attract more jumpers, so if you want to die, jump into a city.

Freefall with Speed: As soon as you are off the plane, push forward on your controller and you dive towards the ground. It gets you to the ground fast, so you are not going down while others are gathering weapons and preparing to kill you. Your 'chute' opens automatically, so you don't have to worry about it.

Open your 'haste' to fly during the map: If you're off the plane and you can already see a crowd of people falling down, you probably want to stay somewhere else. Manually pop your 'chute, and you can go a long way to a different area on the map. However, remember that while you are flowing, other people are gathering.

Don't jump from the plane for easy hitting: Here's a sneaky tip. If you stay in the plane, you will be thrown on the edge of the map and land with someone else who did not jump. Usually, it is everyone who has been bitten, which means that you can kill all those people and make some easy murders.

Master the map: The map is your best friend because it shows you the game area, subtracting through the game. You need to stay inside this area, or you will die slowly. Drop a marker on the map and you'll see it in your compass to help you get to a safe area. You may need to zoom as the game progresses, especially towards the closing stages.

Avoid the Red Zone: The map also shows you the small circular Red Zone, which is a danger zone. If you are in the Red Zone, there is a good chance you will hit, although if you are in a building you will be able to ride it properly.

Be safe from auto pick-up: Your baseball cap looks great, but a helmet splits your head like a melon (usually). Grab that protective kit so that you can take a bit more damage. Make sure the auto pick-up is on and you will replace the kit with highly rated materials when you search for it.

Set custom levels for pick-up: There are default levels for things that you will pick-up automatically. For example, ammo is set to 180 rounds per weapon - but you want more. At the same time, the grenade is not set to automatically pick-up. Go to Settings> Pick-up and you can actually collect the stuff you want you to explore the map by changing these values. Don't like stun grenades? Then you do not need to collect them automatically.

Get the right weapon for the job: Weapons in PUBG Mobile work like real-world weapons: Shotguns and pistols are only good for short range, SMGs are great in enclosed locations when you want to fire very quickly. , Assault rifles are good all-rounders. An assault rifle and an SMG is a great combo, not two pistols. Version 6 added the arsenal where you can see the features of all weapons and mods.

Which is the best weapon in PUBG ?: Well, the short answer is uzi with extended table for closed range stuff - if you come face to face with someone, you can do 35 rounds on them, While they are trying to aim. Otherwise, M416 with 6X Scope is hard to beat - it controls the recoils so it's much easier to land a burst on target. The AWM is clearly the pick for the snipers, but it only appears in the airdrop - so the more common SKS is great - if you can find that 6x or 8x scope. A silencer always helps.

Collect Sights: Many weapons are customizable and make the holo sightseeing and scope targets much easier to hit. At the beginning of the game, manually grab the sights and scopes you find, so they will attach to the weapons you have collected. Bingo, you will leave the bad guys in no time. If you have additional spaces, share them with your team.

Empty your bag. If you have to carry loads of things that you do not need, then you will fill your bag, that is, less space for your essentials. Tap on your backpack to see the contents and then drop the items you need, such as ammunition for the weapon you dropped. You can do this while running or in a vehicle.

Swap sights on your rifles: You will automatically add sights to some rifles, but you have the option to equip a special weapon with a special accessory. Keep a 6x scope on your 7.62mm weapons, as they have more power and range, so it is better to sneeze. Avoid large magnification on SMGs - they are better in close quarter contests where you just want to shoot from the hip. The 8x sight will only be attached to sniper rifles.

Horde places your enemies may not possess them: If you fall within an 8x radius, but don't have a rifle for it, take it anyway. Otherwise, the person behind you may just shoot you in the back. You can send it to teammates later in the game, or you can get that rifle.

Use Silencer: Stealth in PUBG is your friend, as the gunner is positioned on the map for enemies that are close by. Silent weapons make it very difficult for other players to detect you - there are silencers for many weapon types (AR, sniper, SMG, pistol), but you need to manually add it to your weapon once you have it. If you already have a compensator fitted. Silencers do not change the ballistic properties of weapons. Some sniper rifles like the SKS will carry an AR silencer, so it is worth playing around.

Where can I get a ghilie suit? There is a puffy suit that wears for camouflage. Sadly, it only comes in airdrops, so you have to take the risk to take the suit.

Lie down when the crating is raided: When you hit someone, you can raid the dropped crate for more stuff. When you do it, lie down, because otherwise someone in the area will smoke green smoke, then you stand there, choosing a new pair of shoes.

Master Sprinting: Sprinting is often the way to do this, to cross the map faster. You can lock sprinting by tapping on the running icon next to the map. Then you can run and look aroundvat the map.

Drink energy drinks to increase speed: You will collect energy drinks in the game. These will give you a slower energy recovery (about 23 percent), but if you break down two cans, you'll also gain a speed boost. Need to run from a building? Need to get into the sports arena? Drink an energy drink twice before leaving.

Loads of adrenaline, energy drinks or painkillers to survive outside the play area: Sometimes you are caught outside the play area looking for a vehicle. Load-up on the adrenaline shot and it will help you to fix and delay the energy saving effects outside the play area. This is great if you are miles from the playzone and have to run for safety.

Dash, down, crawl, inspect, sights, fire: This is a basic infantry drill that actually works - better than jumping and firing repeatedly. If you are taking fire, move and kill the deck, keep moving and the enemy will lose you. Then you need to locate the enemy, keep an eye on them, hit the target and neutralize them. easy. (But sometimes you will just die.)

Swimming underwater: You have a very good lung in PUBG and mostly they will let you swim like underwater rivers. Do this, because you do not see and you will not get shot. When swimming on the surface, you are an easy target. Also watch out of the water as you are slow, so it is easy to shoot again.

Do not get out of high speed vehicles: Yes, you will die. Try not to have an accident as your vehicle will suffer damage. If you lose a tire, it will not run so well.

Be careful using vehicles for cover: Vehicles can explode, including boats and even armored cars. If you are using it for cover, the enemies shoot it until it explodes, most probably killing you. You can also shoot your enemy's vehicles.

Take medics, always: you will get shot and you can often overcome it with some medical attention. Pickup medical supplies because they will be more useful to you than grenades for healing purpose in the battleground.

Remember that the purpose of the game is to survive: if you want to win, you can do a lot by collecting your weapons, staying out of trouble and killing the last few people. Its purpose is not to kill most people, it is to be the last player. It is a good way to hide and stay out of trouble.

Watch out for the bridges: As the play area shrinks, you may find that you need to cross one of the bridges. Keep in mind, as these are natural ambush points, cars are used to block bridges so that you simply don't run. If there are people on the bridge, then you are swimming better - directly under the bridge often makes it easier. If you are caught on the bridge, go to the ledge to exit the kilojon.

Use First Aid: Sports have bandages and medics. A medical kit is essential for recovery after taking a few shots. If you get pain-relieving drugs, they will let you recover gradually, which means you can reduce them and move on.

How to kill yourself in PUBG Mobile: You just want it to end. You can't shoot yourself, but you can hit yourself with a grenade, jump from a moving vehicle, fall off a high cliff or drown if you spend too long underwater . We are not sure why you want to do this, but at least you know now.

If you know you're going to die: If you're playing singles or your team is dead and you've slid down, you can just sit there and die, or you might get a little more upset. Crawl and release your things as you go. Once you die, your enemy will come into the crate and find that you had nothing. It may be bitter, but this is your final hurricane as the 8x scope is hidden in the grass.

Switch regions if you feel like winning: You probably play in your local area all the time. But switching zones will often see you as a new player and put you on the map of people with very little experience. What will 10 chicken eaters in a row get? Switch to a field you've never played before and this can happen.

Tips For Playing PUBG Mobile Squad

Co-op play is a big part of PUBG and here are some additional tips to help teams win. This applies for classic and arcade modes.

Remember that your teammates are probably idiots: let's face the facts, a lot of team games are random pairings and you'll likely end up with idiots. Often a team leader will plunge into the largest towns (because there are more buildings, so there are more weapons) and expire in the first 3 minutes. Or, they will drive you to a city with the same result - premature death. Consider where you are going and if you don't like where the team is going (to your doom) then do your thing.

Turn off team voice chat: Don't want to hear your teammates coughing and smelling? When you want to do something like that, limit their misuse? There is a speaker symbol next to the mini map - it will silence your team and protect you from trouble. Conversely, if you are playing with friends, this is where you can turn the voice chat back on.

Coordinate your landing area: When you're chattering on the island you can coordinate your LZ by opening the map and tapping to drop the marker. Use the parachuting tips above to get everyone in one place. Otherwise you will spend half the game trying to avoid it (but remember the "idiots" above). Continue dropping markers to help people in the same direction during the game.

Use my follow to accommodate your landing: An update added a "follow" feature that fixes the problem above, acting as a jump leader to a squad member and guiding everyone else. is. It is easily available to all of you in one LZ. However, if the person you are following does not know what they are doing, you can "unfollow" as you descend and choose your landing point. You can also use follow on the ground.

Locate your team members: If you're not together, you'll be able to mark the locations of your squad on the map and in your UI, making it easy to find them back for you.

Stay together, but spread out: Bunching makes it easy to kill you, spreading means any enemy has to make a decision. It also means that you can use interlocking areas of fire to engage an enemy. For example, bunch around a dropped crate as you would with a machine gun burst. Fighting as a team is the best way to win.

Set aside the danger before you are revived: You can revive your team members when you are injured - this is probably the biggest part of a team - but the sooner you shoot, the sooner you won't fall. Look at your partner's health meter in the top left corner while you eliminate the danger. If trying to revive your team and die while reviving, you all lose. If you have been shot, crawl into the cover so that your partner is not exposed.

Do not expose your teammates by crawling them directly: you can see your teammates, but enemies cannot. If you immediately crawl them when you are shot to revive, the enemy will know where your allies are. Better to head for cover - and let your partner revive you when it's safe to do so. Don't worry, your teammate knows when you've been shot.

Use the enemy to share the target goal: The text chat has an "enemy forward" option. Use this when looking at an enemy and that information will be shared with your team. You cannot shout fire control commands, but you can point your enemy to effective team fire. Top tip: You can do this even after being injured to help take out your teammates.

Share the kit you find: You can tell teammates that when you find something, they can use text chat - just look at an item, open the text chat menu, see the option to say "I have AKM" or whatever.

Use voice chat to coordinate strategy: A lone sniper can only fire in one direction and team chat is a good way to decide how to coordinate. Send fire to take out one runner while the other watches and you'll likely see the muzzle flash and be able to take out that sniper.

How to kill a teammate: If you need to get rid of someone on your team, a grenade is the best way to do this. You just have to make sure that they don't toss you in the same room - or use Molotov instead of burning them. It is not really in the spirit of team playing, but sometimes it is needed. If you hit someone, they have the option to report you for playing poorly - and it will count against you as a player.

How to win TDM: The best way for a team to win the death penalty is an all-out offense. There is a SAW in the center of the map and that means that you can actually cut the enemy, dominate the area with heavy fire. As soon as you die, get back from there - trying to hide away from the enemy or move backwards will likely pinch you into your Respna area and be unable to break out.

Tips For PUBG Mobile Payload Mode

Payload mode changes a lot of gameplay in PUBG. The controls are the same and the principles are the same, but due to the heavy weapons and respiratory options it feels very different.

How to revive teammates: When a teammate dies, you can collect not only their weapons, but also their ID cards. You will look at the map and demonstrate that your teammate has died and as long as they are in the game (doing the spectacle) you can collect the cards and take them to a communication tower to resurrect. Huh. You just walk to the base of the tower and you can trigger a response - with your teammates parachuting back to that location.

How to find communication towers: Communication towers are shown on the map as blue dots. You need to go towards an active tower, so check that it is actually before you appear.

Using grenades and rocket launchers: There are a range of different heavy weapons and most do not actually have sightseers which are very useful. For something like the M79 (and the sawn-off version that can be carried as a pistol), you'll have to aim higher to drop the grenade into the right place.

One caveat about helicopters: helicopters are fun, but they also make an easy target. You'll get a warning that if someone locks your helicopter only - if they do, your best option is to jump or you'll die in an explosion.

Look for ambushes around fallen comrades: When you're running to collect your teammate's ID cards, watch for ambush - an easy way to try to collect cards for the whole team is.

Tips For Winning PUBG Mobile

All of the above will serve you well, but the top 10 battle is fierce. Here are some tips to help you through the final stages of the game.

Get your SAW or sniper rifle from a dropped reset crate: You'll notice that it has regular airdrops, with red smoke indicators with red arms on the arms - which usually have a SAW or sniper rifle. Keep your eye on it as it has weapons that will help you win - or give you a chance to snatch those who go to collect from it. choice is yours.

Keep your eye out for the flare gun: this was a version 8 extra, allowing you to have a flare so you can call in individual airdrops. This is great because supplies come to you, but your enemy will also see the signal, so expect to fire as soon as you crate. If you are inside the play zone, you get weapons, if you are outside the play zone you get an armored car - which will fire a lot, but can still be destroyed. Be careful where you ignite - if your crate is on a roof, you cannot get it.

Get your belt buckle in the dirt: As the safe zone shrinks, you'll find yourself closer to all the remaining players. You'll need to be on your stomach to survive, so once the circle is shortened, you basically have to do everything in a crawl or you'll be shot.

Look at the map for sounds: As people drive or shoot in vehicles, the map will indicate noise with an orange mark. Use these to ensure that you are aware of the enemy's action - so that you can avoid it, inspect it, or engage.

Use your grenade: When you are in the dirt, you will often not see your opponent for a clear shot. Try to throw grenades and they will run to avoid giving you the target to shoot, or you can injure or kill them. Molotov cocktails are particularly effective if you don't really know where they are. Where you have a ridge, throw a grenade from above.

Finally: how long a PUBG mobile classic game last? If you are playing on classic mode then around 30 minutes is a safe approximation.

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