Five PUBG Mobile features which the main game should haveLast updated on Sep 30, 2018, 06:19 pm
There is no denying the immense popularity PUBG enjoys across platforms.
The tactical Battle Royale is a fan favorite and the mobile version has amassed a massive following due to streamlined gameplay.
Although the main game has better graphics, there are several features in the mobile version that offers better in-game experience.
Here are five features the main game could borrow from PUBG Mobile.
Run, keep running, and never look back
Sprinting might not seem like a big deal if you are new to PUBG.
However, maps especially Miramar with massive ground to cover, frequently require players to sprint to stay in the playzone.
Luckily, the mobile version offers automatic sprinting for indefinite periods.
This gives a massive advantage as players, who correctly time their sprinting can avoid vehicles and the subsequent detection.
The relative ease of looting
Looting is vital in any Battle Royale. PUBG Mobile makes it easy.
Any upgradable item is automatically picked up like a Level 2 vest replacing a Level 1, if players stand close to it.
More importantly, when players die, their loot boxes emit a green light for easy identification.
The main game should apply this feature like its new competition, Blackout, has done.
A special treat for everyday visits
Overall, PUBG does not have a good in-game rewards system. The BP, in-game currency, which players receive at the end of every match can only open crates, which yield unsatisfactory cosmetics.
However, the mobile version offers daily bonuses.
Not only does this feature encourage players to log in every day, but also serves as a reward for the time spent playing.
Chicken dinner with a side of adventure
Players always enjoy the thrill of getting the chicken dinner, beating out all opposition.
However, the mobile version takes a page out of mainstream gaming habits to include the PUBG equivalent of side missions.
Some of these objectives include killing a certain number of enemies with a particular gun.
These missions offer new rewards and encourage a change in gameplay. This keeps things interesting.
A defense of the controversial bots
PUBG Mobile is famous or infamous for introducing bots in the Battle Royale. It depends on your preference.
However, bots do help players ease into this mode though they take away the pleasure of beating humans to win the chicken dinner.
Nonetheless, if the main game included bots, they could develop on it and introduce offline Battle Royales for practise.