PUBG(Player Unknown’s Battleground) is the hottest ticket in gaming right now. It has already blazed a trail to over three million sales on Xbox One, despite having only been available since December last year.

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PUBG is an online multiplayer battle royale game developed and published by PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean video game company Bluehole.

Battleground is one of the best-selling and most-played video games of all time, selling over fifty million copies worldwide by June 2018, with over 400 million players in total when including the mobile version.

Here are our tips on how to survive in this Battleground:

The main goal in PUBG Mobile is to be the last man or team standing! It’s not about who eliminates the most enemies so prioritizing survival and picking your fights is essential in this game.

total when including the mobile version.

Here are our tips on how to survive in this Battleground:

The game starts with everyone jumping out of a plane and parachuting to the ground. Once there, it’s all about scrambling around houses and buildings trying to find guns and gear to help you stay alive. That includes armor, weapons, clothes, medical supplies and more. There’s as much skill as there is luck depending on what you find. People who find a nice hat and a crowbar tend not to last as long as someone with a tactical vest and M16.

Your best Tactic early on is to avoid everyone-It might seem to be awkward to play a competitive shooter and try not to shoot anyone but it’s the best way to stay alive initially in PUBG. Basically, you need to hit a group, or get picked off from a distance by someone you never saw, so stay low and avoid trouble until you absolutely have to. That way everyone kills each other and by the time you have to fight you’re hopefully

A) Better Armed

B) Have fewer opponents to worry

100 people try to kill each other over a huge island could take a while, so the game periodically restricts the playing area with a crackling blue energy field. Early on the damage is minimal, meaning you can actually hide in this area to avoid other players. However, as the game progresses it gets more and more deadly, eventually leading to almost certain death outside of it. Okay, so it’s almost certain death inside as well, but at least you have a chance to fight back. There’s also a red circle that indicates an area is about to be shelled. If you find yourself there then get indoors fast or you run a high risk of getting blown.


Know Where to Drop

Once you jump, you have two choices: dive as fast as you can for towns, cities and military bases, where the best guns and gear can be found; or try to get as far away from the plane’s flight path as possible and scavenge remote buildings in peace and quiet. Either way, try to be aware of other people parachuting in around you and be prepared for a fight if they’re nearby.


Always search for Essentials

You need to hunt for guns and gear to help you survive. Everything can be found on the floor in buildings, so don’t waste your time looking elsewhere. You’ll want to grab essentials as quickly as possible. You’ll find a building filled with a high-end kit, other times you’ll be lucky to find a pistol.PUBGalso features a decent selection of weapons, from sniper and assault rifles to submachine guns, shotguns, and pistols.

Stay in the Safe Zone and out of the Red Zone!-

PUBG sections up the map into a Safe Zone, a Red Zone, and a life-sapping danger zone. The Safe Zone is marked by a blue line on the map that slowly constricts, bringing people into a smaller playing area over time. If you’re caught on the wrong side of this blue barrier, your health will gradually drain, and you don’t want it to drop to zero. You’ll also want to keep an eye out for the Red Zones that appear on the map.

Always watch your replays

Ever since PUBG hit the ground, a great replay and kill-cam feature have been included. Sadly, this isn’t on Xbox One yet, but it’s great for learning from your mistakes on PC or mobile. From seeing how you were taken out to learning how other players handle certain situations, you’ll gain a lot of insight from watching these replays. Heck, you could use it just to relive the glorious moment you got your first Chicken Dinner!


That’s All Folks & Now Buckle up because this is PUBG Mobile

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