Patch 13.2 is the most recent update for PUBG, and it features the addition of the Hyundai Porter, which is a pickup truck that features a functioning trunk. Along with this new vehicle and storage system, the update has added the P90 SMG which can be obtained from care packages.
PUBG has been shaken up with the release of Update 12.2 which is set in Taego, which is a South Korean town. To match the new surroundings, the devs have also added in some South Korean weaponry as well as a new Hyundai vehicle. If you’re looking to change up your gameplay a little, give the Comeback BR mode a shot.
PUBG’s next update has been teased in a trailer, and the new map is going to be known as Taego, located in South Korea. Along with the South Korean locale that the game is set in, there are a range of South Korean products being added, including the K2 assault rifle as well as the Hyundai Pony vehicle.
PUBG’s update 11.2 saw the introduction of the game’s Survivor Pass, which is its version of a battle pass. The first iteration of it is pajama party themed, with all of the skins following that set theme. In addition to this, it saw some crucial rebalancing of the bridges on the military islands on Erangel, making them a lot easier to survive on.
PlayerUknown’s Battlegrounds (commonly referred to as PUBG) is one of the original Battle-Royale games. The game had a complicated launch, but for a summer, was the number selling game on Steam Charts.
PUBG is the eldest child in the BR family, with it’s respective younger brothers: Apex Legends
Unlike most BRs, PUBG is not F2P. Along with the purchase, many players support the game through microtransactions and a battle pass.
Players arrive onto the map from the sky, as is the norm in most BR games. You will need to look for weapons and equipment after you drop, the best quality weapons correlating with higher rates of success.
As the map gets smaller and smaller, players stay within the bounds of the circle. This allows for more dynamic combat as the number of survivors dwindles. The more you progress, the more you have to lose.
The last man or team alive gets a “Chicken Dinner”. Along with this, the game rewards you with in-game money for cosmetics and experience points depending on their squad's placement.
It is possible to get K.O, but not be perma-killed in what is known as the DBNO state (Down but not out). Entering DBNO frequently makes it harder for your teammates to resurrect you at the designated locations.
PUBG hacks will help you win Chicken Dinner, though they carry a risk of getting your account banned, like all games. The replay system allows anyone to over footage and if your account is manually reported by many other players, a moderator will review your gameplay footage and decide whether you were playing fairly or not.
The kind of hack you decide to use is important, as some hacks are more detectable than others. A PUBG aimbot virtually guarantees a Chicken Dinner, though will be fairly easy to see in review. Hacks like ESP Wallhacks, Radar Hacks, NoSpread and NoRecoil (these last two are extra features of our aimbots) will still give you an unfair advantage though are, in order, from least to most detectable.
Hacking will usually result in a ban; this is an acceptable possibility that anyone willing to use a hacker's services accepts. Hacks abound on the internet, and the only difference between producers is the level of customization. To that end, this guide acts as an introduction to some of the features our products have.