Players Unknown Battleground (PUBG), a widely acclaimed mobile game has introduced new upgrades for its users, making the gaming experience more interactive for players. The PUBG 4.3 has a new progression system called Survival Mastery, as well as a new weapon and a few balance changes.
The new Survival Mastery will give players new ways to earn rewards and move from game to game. It is, however, similar to the weapon progression system introduced earlier this year, but instead of leveling up your weapons by dealing damage, with Survival Mastery players can progress by staying alive.
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Hence, actions like looting, using items, reviving teammates, and even fighting ensures the player’s survival in the upgrade.
This new upgrade will also add the BDS shotgun to the game. It is a double-barrel, pump-action shotgun that players can only get from care packages. It does massive damage in a quick burst which could make it a useful shotgun even later on in matches. Patch 4.3 is also buffing PUBG’s other shotguns, giving most of them a slight range and damage increase.
The additional features include that the match timeline summary recaps all survival action performed in the match, players can check the timeline of their survival action in the Mastery and then Last Match Tab. The activities that will be shown in the timeline besides XP earnings are, landing point, the location where players perform certain actions, damage dealt and received, the distance a player travels using vehicles, and surviving Blue Zone phases.
In August, developers introduced a separate version of PUBG Mobile Lite 0.14.0. Unlike, its original version the PUBG Lite is designed to run on lower specced phones and devices. It can run on phones with less than 2GB of RAM. Currently, it is available in certain regions while release in Europe and North and Central America are being planned later this month.
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The PUBG Mobile got its another 0.15.0 update mid-September. The interesting thing about his update is that it will come with a new arcade mode called Payload. This mode will bring massive weapons and helicopters to the game, including rocket launchers weapons.