PUBG Mobile is the most popular Battle Royale title on mobile devices, outperforming Fortnite. The devs frequently add new features, game modes, and improvements to the game. Now, according to some leaks, the upcoming PUBG Mobile 0.16.0 would bring the new “Death Race” mode and vehicle customization.
The new game mode in PUBG Mobile 0.16.0
As per some rumors, the upcoming update for the popular Battle Royale title will come with a new game mode, Death Race, as it’s known at the moment. Similar to what the Death Race standalone game offers, the mode in PUBG Mobile would also involve players crashing and destroying their opponents’ cars to earn points.
According to a video on YouTube posted by Mr. Ghost Gaming, the Death Race mode in PUBG Mobile will allow gamers to choose between three cars – UAZ, Buggy, and Dacia. Each vehicle would have different weapons mounted onto them.
PUBG Mobile 0.16.0 would also bring vehicle customization
Another exciting feature that could come to PUBG Mobile is vehicle personalization. Also showcased in a video by Mr. Ghost Gaming, the new car customization and modification options would allow players to change the aspect of the in-game cars as they like.
We would be able to change a car’s color, add trims, spoilers, rear bumpers, and a lot more. However, all these customizations won’t be free, as they will cost us Battle Points. In addition, players might possibly personalize their vehicles depending on their level, but we don’t have more details on this one.
PUBG Mobile 0.16.0 release date
At the moment, we don’t know when PUBG Mobile 0.16.0 would come out with the new features and game modes. However, we expect the new update to roll out in December to celebrate the Winter holiday season of 2019. All the PUBG Mobile fans out there should be eager to play the latest update since it will bring lots of novelties.
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