PUBG Mobile keeps on breaking the records in the world of video games. It reached the performance of registering $3.5 billion in player spendings ever since it was launched two years ago, out of which approximately $500 million were spent only seventy-two days earlier this year.
A report from Sensor Tower says that PUBG Mobile is also the top-grossing battle royale game, beating the likes of Fortnite, Call of Duty: Mobile, and Garena Free Fire.
We are here to show you the top tips to improve your in-game performance.
Managing your ammo can get tricky at times. First of all, you have to make sure that you pick up all kinds of ammo in the very first minutes of a match until you get your hands on a set of weapons you are happy with. After setting up, you should drop the unnecessary ammo from your bag to make extra space for other items. We recommend marking ammunition that you drop if a teammate may need it and have an easier time reaching it.
Ensure that you reload your weapon as often as needed, and you won’t have to stress out that your clip is low when you are in an intense combat situation.
Sharing Is Caring
Looting with teammates is beneficial. There’s no point in hoarding many items if you don’t have any use for them. Instead, you should pas them on to teammates who desperately need them. Just remember to mark items on the ground and let your mates know about them, especially when you’re giving away ammo, scopes, or heals.
PUBG Mobile implies more than just running around and shooting guns. You have to pay extra attention to the enemies roaming around, especially as many players like to camp. Using good headphones can help you hear enemies approaching and walking nearby on foot or in vehicles.
Using headphones enhances awareness, and that can help you better plan ahead.
Additionally, headphones are necessary for efficient communication with teammates.
Third Person Gameplay
You should use the third-person view to your advantage. Make sure that you avoid rushing the attack against your opponents.
Instead, you can wait for them undercover, next to a wall, and wait for them to approach you. Attacking an enemy when they are most vulnerable, is the key to success.
There is a learning curve in that, but it doesn’t take too much to get the hang of it.
However, once you get used to the mechanics of that, you can take on a full squad all by yourself! The third-person mode helps you have a better view of the environment.
Brian Dan is just getting his feet wet as a tech reporter but has already had his work featured in many major publications including Tech Spot and Tech Crunch. In regards to academics, Brian earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Brian has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.