Pubg mobile tips

Survive Inside the Red Zone

The PUBG map frequently marks random regions as red zones. If you find yourself inside one, I’d suggest you get out quickly or else you’ll find yourself stuck in an airstrike of sort that will most likely kill you. However, if you’re in a place from where getting out is not easy, your best bet is to get inside a building. This way you’ll be able to survive the red zone.

Use Headphones to Hear Enemy Footsteps

Most shooter games, be it CS: GO, Fortnite, or PUBG make use of directional audio that you can leverage to be more aware of your enemies’ locations. While the stereo-front-firing speakers on your phone may be good enough, put on a pair of headphones. This will help you in not only hearing distant gunfire, but also footsteps of an approaching enemy so you’re not taken by surprise. It might not sound like much, but it makes a pretty big difference.

Change Quick Chat Messages

Quick chat is a very useful tool in squad games, especially if used correctly. While the default quick chat messages in PUBG Mobile are pretty good, you may want to change them to suit your team’s playing style. To do this, simply go to Settings and then to Quick Chat. Here you will be able to delete the messages you don’t want to use, and put in alternative messages instead. It’s pretty useful. However, you can’t write your own messages, so you’ll have to make do with the options provided by PUBG Mobile. To be fair, there are a bunch of options, so it shouldn’t be too much of an issue.

Turn off Mission Impossible Background Music

PUBG recently teamed up with Mission Impossible: Fallout to bring MI themed missions to the game, along with the Mission Impossible theme music in the background. While some people may love the new background music, if you’re not especially a fan of it you can turn it off by heading into Settings and going to Audio. You’ll find the option to disable the Mission Impossible ‘BGM’ here.

Don’t Go in Guns Blazing

If only two other people are left alive, keep hidden and let them fight it out, and then kill the remaining one player.

Don’t Stay Still, You’ll be a Sitting Duck

Staying still too long will make you easy pickings for a sniper; always keep moving, and take cover whenever you need to stop. The battleground in PUBG always has a bunch of players with snipers, and a lot of these players are good enough to take you out with a single head-shot. So keep moving. SEE ALSO: 14 Best Battle Royale Games You Must Play

Shoot to Kill

If you spot someone and they haven’t spotted you, only take the shot if a kill is guaranteed, otherwise you’ll just end up giving away your position. Since you’ve spotted them, you have ample time to take the perfect shot — aim for the head, and shoot in bursts until the player is dead.

Decent loot, very low risk

  • Bunkers near ‘Shelter’ — my personal favorite place to land.

More loot, lower risk

  • School (Middle of the map, but often dangerous)
  • Severny (North of the map)
  • Pochinki (Middle of the map)

Most loot, very high risk

  • Military Base (South of the map)
  • Prison (East edge of the map)
  • Mansion (Just above the Prison)

Mylta Power (South-east of the Prison)