Written byShuvrajit Das Biswas ·
With mounting competition, it is becoming increasingly difficult to win the chicken dinner as gamers find it hard to survive firefights against more experienced opponents.
Therefore, we bring you five simple tips to survive gunfights in PUBG Mobile.
However, if you are going to play a rushing game or if you are engaged in close quarter combat, we suggest firing from the hip.
Place the crosshairs and shoot at your opponent.
It is easier to track your opponent without ADS in close quarters, making it ideal for firefights inside buildings.
If you are engaging in close quarter combat, always be on your feet to ensure quick movement.
However, for mid-range engagements, we suggest crouching. Not only will this help reduce recoil, but will also give you cover, making it harder for opponents to shoot you.
For long range engagements, we suggest going prone to ensure minimum recoil, exponentially increasing your chances of hitting opponents.
Sometimes firefights will get intense, as enemies return fire. It is mandatory for you to take cover at this time.
However, do not sit quietly in cover. Learn how to peek and shoot.
This allows your body to be in cover and protected from enemy fire. At the same time, this allows you the opportunity to open fire upon your enemies, eventually killing them.
Whenever opponents force you to take cover during firefights, use your time wisely.
Listen closely for footsteps to ensure opponents are not flanking you.
Once you have established your temporary safety, use this opportunity to heal yourself and to reload your weapons.
It is important to keep reloading and maintaining your health if you wish to survive long drawn firefights in the Battle Royale.
One of the simplest tips is to carefully choose your firefights. You will not be forced to struggle to survive battles if you pick them wisely.
Shoot at enemies only when you are sure your gun is capable of hitting them at that particular distance.
Further, ensure that you are not completely exposed and opponents do not have a chance to run for cover.
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