PUBG Mobile rapidly became one of the top shooting games for mobile devices, as it’s in tough competition with Call of Duty: Mobile. While plenty of people find gaming on smartphones as boring and useless, you never know when you just need your time to flow faster. PUBG Mobile is a perfect choice, as it also brings realistic and fun gameplay.
Furthermore, the developers are constantly updating the game so that more and more users will come. The recipe seems to work until now because PUBG Mobile has gathered hundreds of millions of users. But let’s see what does the newest update brings to the game.
Novelties in the latest PUBG Mobile update
Play within Miramar 2.0
The newest update which has already arrived upgrades the old map to Miramar 2.0. The new map includes Golden Mirado, vending machines, water city, and more. What can be better than newly added features for a game? The answer is simple: new places to test them in, like a new or upgraded map.
New game mode
The update is also adding a safety scramble mode in Evoground mode. Understanding the concept of scramble mode is easy, as it means the introduction of a second circle to the game. This new circle covers the area of the next safe zone until a certain point in the game.
PUBG Mobile is a popular game
If you’re still not playing PUBG Mobile although you like mobile games, then you should consider changing your mind ASAP. As the official description from the Play Store says:
“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!”
The PUBG Mobile update will be finished to roll out for all areas very soon and it would be around 2 GB in size.
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