PUBG Mobile Tips to Get that Chicken Dinner2019-07-24 08:42:54
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is an online multiplayer battle royale game developed and published by PUBG Corporation. In gameplay, players will try their hard to survive epic 100-player battles and to be the last one standing. Or you can fast past 4v4 team deathmatch and zombie modes. There are many unknown things waiting for you to explore. In this short article, we will guide you on how to survive and win a battle royale in PUBG Mobile.
Choose where to land very carefully
Don’t just aimlessly drift once you’re in freefall—pinpoint a safe enough area, preferably with buildings so you can grab some loot, and push forward to speed your way there. Buildings will show up as white blocks on the mini map, so make sure you’re heading in the right direction.
Keep an Eye Open for Other Players
When you’re exploring a new area, keep an eye open for tell-tale signs of activity. If you come to a building with doors open and the ammo is gone, someone has probably been there. They could be gone by now but you shout proceed slowly. And similarly, you should close the doors when you’re hiding out in a building, or after you’ve looted. This gives you an advantage and makes surprise kills easier.
Grass will not keep you hidden
One of the ways that PUBG Mobile runs smoothly on lower end devices is to only render the grass and foliage close to the player, so that means if you think you are being a sneaky snake in the grass, you actually just look like a muppet crawling through a field to anyone with a 4x or better scope. Always stick to hard cover if possible. Crawling through the grass only really works in the very late game circles.
Turn on Peek and Fire
In Settings (the settings cog on the top-right), go to Basic. Here, turn on ‘Peek & Fire.’ This allows you to peek from behind cover, allowing you to take shots without exposing too much of yourself. Keep in mind, you’ll still expose your head, so use it with caution.
How to set the graphics level
You'll be prompted when you first sign-in, but you can adjust the PUBG Mobile graphics level too, to manage the detail. Higher is better as you can see more, but that can adversely affect performance. Have a play with this and frame rate, adjusting if the game doesn't run smoothly - but keep an eye on the ping too, to make sure it's not server lag. There's also an auto/balanced option - this will keep the game smooth and adjust the settings for you.
Finally, hope this guide will do a great help for you to play well with the gameplay.