PUBG Update Has Night Mode

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds game, which is now available on mobile phones, has gained worldwide fame in a very short time. The PUBG game became the most played game of all the time and exceeded the Dota 2 game’s record. This game came like a surprise, and everyone was amazed when this quality game was released as an online version.

Within a short period of time, the game was released for the mobile phones, especially for those who cannot play it online. The developer, PUBG Corporation, revealed that the almost 10 million gamers are active on this game around d the globe. The gameplay is straightforward where the gamer with its player character is dropped on any of the three maps. There would be 99 other more players in the same arena or map.

These maps have items like weapons, ammunition, first-aid kits, energy drinks, etc. which should be collected to reach closer to the objective. Riding on the vehicles, the player has to take down its enemy before the enemy targets it. The game is as entertaining as it sounds like. Also, there is a blue which is shortening the area in which you can play.

The soul purpose in the game is to take down every enemy and be the last man standing on the grounds. Recently, it was revealed that the mobile version of this game would receive its updates. The new updates will have new vehicles like Rony Truck and some other weapons to take down the enemy. New features are also added with solved issues and problems. Not only will that but with new themes, the game will be featuring the Night Mode.

In the official Twitter post of PUBG Corporation, the developers revealed with a poster image that there are 50% chances for the PUBG mobile gamers to receive the Night Mode. In addition, the game developers added a note for the gamers to ensure playing Erangel map, classic. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds was developed as an online multiplayer battle royal game which is now available on Computers, Android, and iOS devices.

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