Pubg mobile tips

Always Peek and then Shoot the Enemies

While shooting enemies from cover, it is better to peek and then shoot the enemies because it will provide only your head to be visible for the enemies. Hence, it reduces the chances of getting shots from enemies. To enable Peek and Open Scope, go to your PUBG mobile settings and then click on Peek as well as Peek and Open Scope option.

Adjust the Sensitivity Properly

Sensitivity is nothing but how fast the crosshair of the gun moves when aiming. High sensitivity is assigned as default in beginning. You can change that sensitivity settings easily by just going to the Settings, and then click on Sensitivity. Adjust the Sensitivity according to your requirements. Better the sensitivity, the better your aim gets adjust during the Gameplay. Do not copy the sensitivity of other players as they play on different devices.

Always Move in Vehicles For Some time

It is better to move in vehicles better than running with your friends. Vehicles can carry you to long distances which are not possible by running. It can also be used to locate enemies by moving the vehicles near them and then hearing their footsteps. But do not move in vehicles during some last play zones as it would help the enemies to locate your team easily.

Use Energy Drinks and Painkillers

Energy drinks and painkillers auto-heal you for a duration of time, and also give you a speed-boost, so use them often and as needed. Most healing equipment like bandages and health packs won’t heal you past 75%. Only the med-kit can heal you up to 100% and that’s very rare. Energy drinks and painkillers take their time to heal you, but they’ll take you up to 100% so make sure you use them often.

Heal Like a Pro

While healing, you can move for 0.5 seconds without cancelling the action. When in a hurry, start moving when there’s 0.5 seconds of the heal left, giving you a headstart. This comes in handy when the circle is closing up behind you and you need to run quickly, or when you’re taking a short healing-break in the midst of a firefight.

Look Around without Moving

You can hide behind corners and use the ‘eye-button’ to look around the corner without exposing yourself. This is a handy trick that can help you spot enemies without letting them spot you.

Hide Inside Vehicles

Sitting in the co-driver seat of a vehicle keeps it off, allowing you to hide inside without alerting other players to your presence. They’ll still be able to see you, but unless you parked your vehicle in the middle of the desert, there’s no reason for most players to suspect that a player may be sitting inside a vehicle and not driving it.

Mute Annoying Team-mates

Unless you’re playing with your friends, the squad mode will often pair you up with people where at least one of them is an annoying prick constantly singing and screaming into their mic. With the latest PUBG Mobile update, you can mute individual team-mates by tapping on the speaker-icon. This will open up a menu with all your team-mates’ names on it, simply tap on the speaker icon next to the team-mate you want to mute and that’s it. Now focus on the game.

Make the Red Zone Your Strategic Friend

This isn’t something you’ll be able to do often, but some times the red zone can actually be a friend to you. If you’re inside a building when the bombs start dropping, you can do two things:

  • Make use of the noise to cover up your steps and gather any loot lying around inside the building.
  • You’ll most likely see some players running away, which makes them easy killings for you. Plus, if you spot a player, you can risk it and use the cover of the bombing noise to flank them without them being able to hear your footsteps over the commotion.

Use the Map

Whether you like playing in Miramar, or whether you like the foliage in Erangel, if you really want to be a good player, use the map well. The map is updated with new safe-zones, and red-zones, so keeping a close eye on the map can be helpful. The map in PUBG Mobile also shows the direction of gunfire, footsteps, and vehicles which can help you get to know where enemies are, and if they’re coming towards you.