How to Play Pubg Mobile

How to install PUBG Mobile

Choose your login wisely: You may play as a Guest, use Facebook, or Twitter to sign-in on PUBG Mobile. Facebook or Twitter means you have to connect to your account, but you can then sync your data, so you can move to another phone or tablet without losing all your progress.

Prepare your phone: PUBG Mobile is a demanding game and your phone needs to be at its best. Remove everything you don't need on it, shut all those other programs you could have running in the background. Turn off battery saver, turn off data savers, turn off night mode for the best experience. You might also want to turn off auto-brightness - it could dull the game throughout the game so you can't see very well. Brighter = better. Prepare your network: There's not too much you can do here, but for a lag-free experience, you need a solid connection to the PUBG servers. The cell network will often have a fluctuating speed so it's Wi-Fi all the way. Test your network speed with something like Speedtest (Apple App Store, Google Play) and avoid trying to play when someone else is streaming 4K stuff. Our house Wi-Fi indicates 5ms, and this works fine.

Connect your headphones: PUBG Mobile has fantastic audio and frequently the speakers on your phone won't do it right. Connect your headphones for a more immersive experience - it also helps you locate approaching opponent.

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Welcome to the PUBG lobby

When you start the game, you'll load to the lobby where you may adjust a comprehensive variety of settings, pick your game type, arrange your friends, claim awards and manage your inventory.

How to chose your server: From the starting screen you'll notice "server" in the upper left, with a drop-down menu. You may presently pick between North America, Europe and Asia. The server for your region makes sense, since it's likely to offer the quickest speeds for you. Check the ping, you want it to be green, something like 20ms, for silky smooth gaming.

How to modify the frame rate: Tap the settings cog in to the top right-hand corner, then Graphics. Here you'll discover frame rate. If things are looking rough, you might want to pick low. If you've a strong phone, try high.

How to change the graphics level: You'll be prompted when you first sign-in, but you may alter the PUBG Mobile graphics level too, to regulate the detail. Higher is better since you can see more, but that might severely influence performance. Have a play with this and frame rate, tweaking if the game doesn't run smoothly - but keep a watch on the ping too, to make sure it's not server slowness. There's also an auto option - this will keep the game smooth and modify the settings for you.

Engage HDR mode: OK, so this is a bit of a hack given we're yet to locate a phone that reports HDR support in PUBG, but when it does come, you'll find the option in the graphics area of the settings.

How to change the targeting reticule: Tap the settings cog in to the top right-hand corner, then Basic. Here you may alter the colour of the crosshair.

Turn on/off Aim Assist: How challenging do you want the game to be? Aim Assist can assist you strike the target if you're normally aiming the proper way. It's in settings > basic.

Use the gyroscope on your phone to assist aim: If your phone has a gyroscope, you may utilize motion to move through the game. The ideal option is to have it aid aim while you're in the scope or using the sights of your weapon - then you can move the phone rather than needing to use the joystick. It might be a lot faster and natural when you have to react rapidly. Head into settings > basic and you'll discover the choice.

Top tip: These gaming settings above can be modified throughout the game, so you may swap on the fly and modify if you don't like the results. Changing the graphical level needs a game restart, though.

How to obtain clothing on your character: You start in your underpants, but you can amass garments in your inventory. You may buy apparel with real money in the Shop, or you can unlock outfits while you play by earning BP and opening crates. Some garments are transient, some you get to keep. There are always clothing in the game to pick up while you play.

How to pick first person or third person mode: The first person perspective (FPP) is a recent addition to the game, offering you a fresh vision. Under the start button you'll notice the option to pick between FPP or TPP (third person viewpoint) (third person perspective). Both gaming viewpoints are ranked independently, so make sure you play both.

How to pick Classic or Arcade mode: Under the start button you'll find a drop-down selection for Classic or Arcade. Select Classic for the lengthier 100 person game, or Arcade for the shorter, quicker, games. There are now a selection of Arcade modes from version 6 - Mini-Zone, Quick Match or Sniper Training. You can have a random selection or choose which you wish to play.

Select a different map: From version 5 onwards there are two maps - Erangel and Miramir. You'll find the opportunity to pick the map beneath the game mode. If you select both, it will randomly pick one for you.

How to pick Solo, Duo or Squad play: There's another drop-down option under the start button, next to the game mode. Tap here to choose the game type. There are daily tasks for different sorts of games, so it's good switching it up. Occasionally you just want to destroy everyone, sometimes you'll want a team.

Turn off chat or modify the mic volume: PUBG Mobile features an in-game speech channel, with settings to turn off the mic or speaker for voice, or alter the levels. In settings > audio, you'll find the controls. If you don't want to be listening to some fool's jibber-jabber, just turn it off. Once you start the game, you may also switch your personal mic on/off as well as voice from other players. From version 6, you can quiet an individual player, but you can't turn off text communication for your team.

Change the controls: This is a biggy. PUBG Mobile features various controls for foot and vehicles and you may tweak both. Head into settings > controls or settings > cars and you'll discover the choices for defaults.

Change the size or position of controls: Yes, you may also adjust the in-game UI. In the controls box above, there's a "customise" option. In here you may configure numerous schemes, with the option to adjust the transparency of the icons, the size and the placement to suit your tastes. Just play the game a while before you start shifting them.

Set shotgun/crossbow/rifle to fire on release: You may pick whether to fire some weapons on the tap on the display, or on release. You could notice that as you tap your aim shifts somewhat, setting to release implies the aim point is likely to be more stable. However, that's less enjoyable for fast shotgun action when you're in a fix.

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Whether you're on a team or on your own, here's some advice to help you through the game.

Best outfits for PUBG characters: This isn't a fashion show, it's war royale, so think tactically. If you're wearing white pants and a yellow puffer jacket, you'll be clearly recognized, and easily to target. Think subdued tones and of course, camouflage, to offer you a tactical advantage. It's tempting to wear a baseball cap, but you actually want a helmet.

If you don't have nice clothing, undress at the assembling area: This is a bit of a funny one, but when you start a game, you a minute of so in the assembly area. You can dump your clothes and others could come over to trade. You can then steal a better pair of clothing. OK, sometimes it doesn't happen, but occasionally you'll receive a terrific collection of threads!

Choose your time to leap from the airplane: PUBG Mobile displays the course of the aircraft over the map, so you can see what you'll be flying over. It also informs you how many people are remaining on-board, so you've a basic notion of the distribution over the map. Using this information you may select your INFIL point, avoiding regions packed of other players. Bigger towns attract more jumpers.

Freefall with speed: As soon as you're out of the airplane, push forward on your controller and you plunge into the earth. This takes you to the ground faster, so you're not floating down while others are grabbing weapons and prepared to massacre you. Your 'chute opens automatically, so you don't need to bother about it.

Open your 'chute early to soar over the map: If you're out of the airplane and you can see hordes of people already falling below you, perhaps you want to be elsewhere. Pop your 'chute manually, and you may drift a long way across the map to a new place. Remember though, that while you're wandering, others are collecting.

Master the map: The map is your best buddy since it displays you the gaming area, which reduces through-out the game. You need to stay inside this region, otherwise you'll slowly perish. Drop a marker on the map and you'll see it in your compass to help you travel to a safe region. You might need to zoom in as the game advances, especially towards the concluding phases.

Avoid the red zone: The map also shows you the red zone, which is an artillery bombardment. If you're in the red zone, there's a strong possibility you'll get struck, however if you're in a building you'll probably be able to ride it out just fine.

Get protected with auto pick-up: Your baseball cap looks fantastic, but a helmet stops your head splitting like a melon (usually) (usually). Grab that protection gear so you can take a bit more harm. Ensure that auto pick-up is turned on and you'll replace kit with higher rated goods when you locate it.

Get the correct weaponry for the job: The weapons in PUBG Mobile operate like real-world weapons: shotguns and pistols are only excellent for short range, SMGs are ideal in cramped places when you want to throw down a lot of fire rapidly, the assault rifles are fantastic all-rounders. An assault rifle plus an SMG is a superb mix, two handguns is not. In the new version 6 armoury, you can examine the attributes of all the weapons and customizations.

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Collect sights: Many of the guns are customizable and holo sights and scopes make it much simpler to strike the target. At the start of the game, manually grab sights and scopes you discover, so they will later attach to weapons you gather. Bingo, you'll be dropping evil dudes in no time. If you have spare sights, share them with your colleagues.

Empty your backpack: If you're carrying lots of goods you don't need, you'll fill your bag, meaning less space for stuff you need. Tap on your backpack to check the contents and then dump the items you don't need, like ammo for a weapon you've dropped.

Manually drop weapons: Auto pick-up occasionally means that you'll drop your scoped silenced SMG for a rifle, which you might not desire. Open the bag as above and you may drag a weapon to the trash can to deposit it. You can then acquire the loadout you wish.

Swap sights on your guns: You'll automatically add sights to certain weapons, but you have the choice to equip a particular weapon with a particular attachment. Put the 8x scope on your 7.62mm firearms, because they have higher power and range, hence are better for sniping. Avoid heavy magnification on SMGs - they're excellent in close quarters combat if you only want a holographic sight.

Use silencers: Stealth is your friend in PUBG, because gunshot is located on the map for adversaries that are near by. Silenced guns make it more difficult for other players to spot you - there are silencers for various weapon types (AR, sniper, SMG, pistol) but you might have to manually install it to your weapon once you've located it if you already have a compensator attached. Silencers do not modify the ballistic parameters of guns.

Lie down while looting crates: When you kill someone, you can raid the box they drop for additional items. Lie down while you do it, since else anyone else in the neighborhood would detect the green puff of smoke, then snipe you while you stand there picking a new pair of shoes.

Master sprinting: To go across the map rapidly, sprinting is frequently the way to achieve it. You may lock sprinting by touching the running icon next to the map. Then you may run and look at the map, get a drink or anything.

Dash, down, crawl, observe, sights, fire: It's a fundamental army practice that truly works - lot better than jumping repeatedly and shooting. If you're receiving fire, move and hit the deck, keep moving and the opponent will lose you. Then you need to find the opponent, get eyes on them, hit the aim and neutralise them. Simple. (But sometimes you'll just get killed.)

Don't leap out of rapidly moving vehicles: Yes, you'll perish. Try not to crash since your vehicle will take on damage. If you lose a tyre, it won't drive so well.

Collect medikits, always: You will be shot and you can typically recover from it with sufficient medical treatment. Pickup medical supplies since they will frequently be more beneficial to you than explosives.

Remember the purpose of the game is to survive: If you want to win, you can very much do it by gathering your weapons, staying out of trouble and murdering the final few individuals. The objective isn't to murder the most people, it's to be the last person standing. Hiding and keeping out of trouble is an excellent method to achieve it.

Watch out for the bridges: As the play area diminishes, you could discover you need to cross one of the bridges. Take caution, since they are natural ambush sites, with automobiles being deployed to block bridges so you can't easily race through. If there are people on the bridge, you're better swimming.

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Co-op play is a huge aspect of PUBG and here's a handful of extra strategies to assist teams succeed. This applies both for Classic and Arcade modes.

Coordinate your landing zone: When you 'chute onto into the island you may coordinate your LZ by accessing the map and touching to place a marking. Use the parachuting tips above to get everyone in the same spot. Otherwise you'll spend half the game attempting to meet.

Use follow me to co-ordinate your landing: An update included a "follow" function which fixes the problem above, enabling a squad member act as leap leader and direct everyone else down. This brings you everyone into the same LZ easy. However, if the person you are following doesn't know what they're doing, you may "unfollow" once you've descended and select your own landing location.

Locate your team members: If you're not together, you'll see your squad positions indicated on the map and in your UI, making it easy to locate your way back to them.

Stick together but spread out: Bunching together makes you simple to kill, spreading out means any opponent has to make a decision. It also implies you may employ interlocking fields of fire to tackle any adversary. Don't, for example, gather around a falling box as you'll be taken down with a burst from a machine gun. Fighting as a team is the greatest way to win.

Isolate the threat before you revive: You may revive your team mates when they're hurt - it's undoubtedly the largest element of having a squad - but don't hurry over as soon as they drop since you'll probably get shot. Watch your partner's health meter in the top left corner, as you eradicate the threat. If you die trying to resurrect your squad, you all lose. If you've been shot, crawl behind cover so your partner isn't exposed.

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All the aforementioned will serve you well, but the top 10 struggle is the toughest. Here are some suggestions to help you through the last phases of the game.

Get your SAW or sniper weapon from the falling resupply crate: You'll note that there are regular airdrops, with a red smoke signal on a weapons box with amazing weaponry in it - generally a SAW or sniper rifle. Keep your eyes on it since it possesses weaponry that will assist you win - or give you with an opportunity to snipe those who go to collect from it. The option is yours.

Get your belt buckle in the dirt: As the safe zone reduces, you'll find yourself in close vicinity of all the other players. You'll need to be on your belly to live, so once the circle is getting tiny, you'll basically have to accomplish everything at the crawl or you'll get shot.

Watch the map for sounds: As individuals move in cars or shoot, the map will indicate noise with orange markings. Use them to make sure you're aware of where enemy action is - so you can avoid it, monitor it, or engage.

Use your grenades: When you're in the mud, you'll frequently not be able to see your opponent for a clear shot. Try throwing out a grenade and they'll flee to escape it providing you a target to shoot, or you could hurt or kill them. Molotov cocktails are highly powerful if you don't know exactly where they are.

Finally: how long does a PUBG Mobile game last? About 30 minutes is a reasonable bet if you're playing on traditional mode.

Loot first, shoot later

Let me re-emphasize this one final time-if you die in PUBG you are dead. In solo play, there are no second chances, and in squads you'll be putting your team's chances of winning at jeopardy if you keep getting felled early.

Once you reach the bottom, your first objective is gearing up so you don't get clipped in any opening battles. You'll discover vital items dispersed throughout in structures and supply crate drops. The latter include the most sought-after weaponry like the immensely strong AWM sniper rifle but remember you won't be the only one seeking to take the treasures.


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