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What’s New on PUBG PC? (part 2)

Both versions of PUBG have become very successful on both mobile and computer platforms in 2017, PUBG has caused the phenomenon of survival games that many other games currently eat in the Battle Royal style of PUBG, and there are also survival games that also have their own characteristics, such as Fortnite, Rules Of Survival, etc.

In both PUBG Mobile and PC versions, players will feel that the Mobile version has a lot of similarities to the PC version and not much has changed. However, there are still clear differences that not all gamers realize. The following article will show you the obvious differences between the two versions of PUBG PC and Mobile that not everyone knows.

PUBG Mobile has a Free to Play model. This is definitely the biggest difference when comparing PUBG PC and PUBG Mobile, with PUBG Mobile you can completely download it for free on mobile devices. The game allows you to own all that you expect in a F2P game.

The things that PUBG Mobile will give you in the game are daily attendance rewards, experience, free supply chests, upgrades, quest rewards. Most missions in PUBG Mobile require players to take down a number of enemies or perform other actions and tasks in the game, from which you gain experience and use the activity points to get the reward.

Specifically, when reaching the prescribed operating point, it will receive a maximum of 5 free crates per day. As for experience points, it will help you to upgrade the player’s account, unlock you new avatars, one point that PUBG Mobile is like the PC version is the BP point (battle point) used to open. crates, starting at 700BP and increasing slowly for additional crests opened each week.

Some gamers are uncomfortable compared to the F2P model, but the purchase will not affect the game much, in addition to the PC version now has more n

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What’s New on PUBG PC? (part 1)

PUBG developer leaks Team Deathmatch mode combining PUBG Mobile and PUBG Lite versions. In addition, the Karakin map has been updated recently with a higher loot rate. With this change, PUBG Corp is making this map more bloody than previous battles.

PUBG developers have been conservative over the years of development. While PUBG Mobile is trying to bring many new game modes such as Zombie Mode, Team Deathmatch Mode, Rage Gear Mode, Load Mode, etc. PUBG seems to completely ignore this whole game mode and only focus on the Battle Royale mode itself. Players can still play with many different Game Modes in Custom Match but custom has no selective system, making finding games for players quite inconvenient.

However, maybe PUBG Dev has changed its mind about the new game modes and someone has revealed a panel that may be available in the future, including Team Deathmatch Mode.

There will be some minor differences, players will have a system to choose weapons and accessories instead of having to go to pick as 2 versions Mobile and Lite. Players will revive at a random location with their teammates. In addition, players in TDM mode will have an HP gauge, it will automatically recover when you are not shot and kill enemies. Your TDM score will be increased. This TDM mode will have 2 teams and have 8 players in 1 team.

PUBG Corp has increased the rate of gun appearances on the Karakin map to make players more aggressive when fighting. Don’t forget the Karakin map is the smallest map in PUBG with a size of 2×2. Therefore, battles will occur very soon. Many players commented that they didn’t even have time to react to the shot after parachuting.

Moreover, many players have sent feedback to the development team that the gun occurrence rate is very low. They could not find weapons as well as ammunition and equipment when taking down parachutes.