PUBG Mobile is getting first-person perspective, Royale Pass Season 1 in latest update

PUBG Mobile is getting first-person perspective, Royale Pass Season 1 in latest update
The folks over at Tencent have just released yet another major update for PUBG Mobile, which brings a bucketload of new features and improvements. The most important is the new first-person perspective, which offers players a more immersive gameplay experience. Of course, you can switch to third-person view if you don't like the new mode or find that your performance is better using this specific perspective.

Another important addition to the game is the Royale Pass Season 1, which allows players to unlock battle points, cosmetic rewards, and experience boosters while playing the game and ranking up.

However, Tencent also added two paid tiers that offer more rewards to players, such as the Elite Upgrade ($10) and Elite Upgrade Plus ($35). Each of these tiers unlocks valuable rewards like rare weapons, in-game currency, aircraft, and clothing skins and a weekly elite mission.

The update also adds the ability to gift items to other players and Asian character models. Emotes and the option to link two social networks have been added too, along with a smaller map, and weapon & airplane finishes.

By the time Fortnite lands on Android, PUBG Mobile may have gained a lot of traction among fans of the battle royale genre, and it looks like Tencent knows that very well hence the frequent and meaningful updates the game is getting.



4. andriodfanboy1

Posts: 171; Member since: Jul 22, 2014

Only issue with this game insane battery consumption.

5. japkoslav

Posts: 1553; Member since: Feb 19, 2017

Only issue :-D

2. LikeMyself

Posts: 631; Member since: Sep 23, 2013

Eats too much battery though. Miramar is crazy & hardcore. U get killed in no time by those using keyboard & mouse

3. Loveneesh

Posts: 456; Member since: Jul 14, 2015

Miramar map is not stable also, I find some bugs in that map, I hope they fixed that also in this update.

6. buccob

Posts: 2981; Member since: Jun 19, 2012

I get to the top ten over 40% of the time.... and usually reaching 2nd place.... I use a 2 years old Xperia XZ (touch screen, no gamepad nor mouse) which needs to play in low settings due to bad thermal management and I am currently located in a third world country with mediocre internet and latency of over 150 all the time.... If you get kill in no time, is because you need to practice and get better.... I do agree that the game is a battery killer, and I usually play while charging the phone, always above 30% or below 90%.... so I don't damage it too much

1. cozze02

Posts: 135; Member since: Nov 25, 2012

Still no gamepad support????

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