If you’re mad at your co-workers, classmates, or friends so bad that you’re thinking about shooting them, PUBG Mobile offers you that chance – only virtually, of course. While shooting people in real life isn’t a wise and nice thing to do, in PUBG Mobile you get plenty of chances to show other players what true feelings you have for them.
PUBG Mobile has already reached some staggering numbers: over 50 million daily players and more than 400 million downloads. You can easily guess how fun it can be to play this game, and now it becomes even better: the PUBG Mobile 0.18.0 update has rolled out on May 7 by the developers.
Don’t hesitate to use the Canted Sight in PUBG Mobile 0.18.0
Canted Sight is among the new features added to the game along with the latest update, and it allows the players to switch between scopes easily and take opponents down more efficiently. But enabling the feature can be tricky sometimes, and that’s where we’ve come to lend you a hand in case you need it. To use the Canted Sight, follow these steps:
- Open the Setting menu within the game.
- Head for Basic Settings of Game.
- A new setting called Canted Sight Button will appear.
- You will have to switch the setting to ‘Tap To Switch Scope’.
PUBG Mobile Remains a Popular Battle Royale Title on Android and iOS
If you’re still hesitating to install and download PUBG Mobile for your smartphone, maybe the description from Google Play Store will convince you:
“The official PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS designed exclusively for mobile. Play free anywhere, anytime. PUBG MOBILE delivers the most intense free-to-play multiplayer action on mobile. Drop-in, gear up, and compete. Survive epic 100-player classic battles, payload mode, and fast-paced 4v4 team deathmatch and zombie modes. Survival is key and the last one standing wins. When duty calls, fire at will!”
As its name suggests, PUBG Mobile is available for Android and iOS phones. The latest PUBG Mobile 0.18.0 is already available.
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