#GamingBytes: Five most common mistakes beginners make in PUBG MobileLast updated on Oct 12, 2019, 01:26 pm
PUBG Mobile is intensely competitive since it attracts a large gamer base with its tactical Battle Royale experience.
As a result, beginners might often struggle to survive against more seasoned and trained players.
However, by avoiding some basic mistakes, the amateurs can improve their chances of winning the chicken dinner.
Here, we bring five most common mistakes beginners make in PUBG Mobile.
Survival over looting: Get busy killing, or get busy dying
A lot of beginners make the mistake of becoming too engrossed in looting.
While getting good loot is essential for survival, chances are low that you will find good loot immediately where you land.
If you spend too much time looting, you open yourself up to enemy attacks.
Proceed to collect loot from killed opponents, which is likely to be more valuable.
Blue zone shrink: Keep an eye on the circle
Beginners often get overwhelmed since PUBG Mobile requires a degree of efficient multitasking.
Gamers are tasked with looting, killing opponents, avoid getting killed, all the while remaining within the playzone.
Since the first three functions take up much attention, beginners often forget about the playzone shrink.
Most beginners do not time their runs into the playzone, eventually getting killed by the blue circle.
Airdrop rushing: Greed will get you killed
Beginners just like all PUBG gamers know that the airdrop carries higher grade weapons along with level 3 armor.
Therefore, whenever they see airdrops they get greedy, hoping to get the best loot in the game.
Mostly they get killed by pros who camp to eliminate opponents arriving at airdrop sites.
It is best to avoid airdrops unless you are prepared for heavy firefights.
Hot wheels: Taking vehicles can get you killed
A lot of beginners prefer taking vehicles to cover distances rather than moving on foot.
Obviously, vehicles are faster and can be helpful if you are far away from the playzone.
However, vehicles are noisy and give your position away. Furthermore, aiming at a vehicle is much easier than aiming at players.
It is advisable to time your runs in order to avoid vehicles.
Picking firefights: Know when to engage your enemy
Beginners often get excited if they see an enemy first. They try to shoot them using whatever weapons they have.
Ask yourself some questions before engaging. Can your guns hit the opponent? Can the enemy run away or take cover if you open fire? Do you have cover if the enemy starts firing?
It is wise to know when to open and withhold fire.