Written byShuvrajit Das Biswas
With growing competition, it is going to be harder for gamers to survive in the game and win the coveted chicken dinner in solos, duos, and squads.
Therefore we bring you five simple tips, following which, gamers can survive longer in PUBG Mobile.
One of the first and most important decisions that shape your entire game is your choice of landing.
We suggest landing away from the flight path since plenty of players prefer landing quickly in areas that are near the path of the battle plane.
We also advise avoiding high action areas, in order to gain adequate loot before being forced to engage in firefights.
Your aim during the early and middle stages of the game should not be to get kills. It should be to avoid conflict and survive as long as possible.
This brings us to the next point about being silent in your gameplay.
Attempt to fit your weapons with flash hiders or suppressors, so you can engage enemies if necessary without giving your position away.
If your enemies cannot see you, they cannot shoot you. This is the simple logic behind playing a sniping game.
While sniping in PUBG Mobile is tougher, it is advisable if gamers practise the art of long-distance firefights.
We also advise players to play a camping game rather than rushing, since it is difficult for enemies to know your position in the former case.
It is difficult to survive if you cannot heal yourself after losing health in firefights.
Therefore, it is important to pick up bandages, med packs and health boosters like energy drinks and painkillers in-game.
We advise players to keep the health and energy bar full in the last stages of the game, as it results in faster reflexes and higher chances of survival.
When the playzone is shrinking, a lot of players tend to rush to its center, trying to avoid getting caught out by the blue circle.
However, we suggest sticking to the edges of the playzone rather than the center, for longer survival.
In this way, you can shoot players entering the playzone later, and do not have to worry about being flanked by opponents.
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