#GamingBytes: Five best looting tips in PUBG
PUBG or PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is one of the most tactically accurate Battle Royale games. Players get highly competitive in solos, duos or squads, as they battle for the top spot among 100 others. Therefore, it depends largely on smart looting and wise engagements on the road to winning the chicken dinner. With that in mind, we bring you, top five looting tips in PUBG.
According to Battle Royale rules, players land without any weapons and have to loot before they can engage in firefights. Therefore, it is smart to choose landing spots in such a manner that you do not face high action immediately and can loot and gear up in peace before encountering enemies. We suggest choosing slightly offbeat spots and landing accurately to optimize looting time.
After landing, you must prioritize your looting, meaning, you must decide what is most important to you immediately in the game. Usually, the order is a vest, helmet, some basic weaponry and then a backpack. We suggest prioritizing gear over weapons at first since it is more important to have protection in case you run into enemies suddenly, instead of having a fancy weapon.
Sometimes while looting you might come across ammunition or weapon attachments for guns you currently do not have but would prefer to, during the game. We suggest picking them up immediately. Weapon attachments, especially things like suppressors, or extended quickdraw magazines are hard to find. Hence, pick them up when you find them and they will get auto equipped once you get compatible guns.
A lot of players make the mistake of prioritizing guns over the healing items. While we are not completely in disagreement, healing items are really essential for long drawn survival in the game. We suggest stocking up on some bandages, a couple of first-aid kits and as many energy drinks and painkillers as possible. Keep the health bar full throughout the match.
During the game, you will definitely switch weapons opting for better and more preferable choices. Do not forget to throw out the ammo and attachments for those weapons, unless your current gun uses the same. It is important to keep your inventory as optimized as possible so you can pick up important things like more ammo, health items and different scopes for different situations.