Pubg Mobile review
The description of Pubg mobile
Everyone is trying to be the strongest and survive. Having conquered the PC and console market, the main network sensation of 2017 finally moved to mobile platforms. And here, as befits the rules of the battle royale, competitors are already waiting. There are dozens of clones and alternatives. Can PUBG Mobile win this battle? Let’s find out.
Surprisingly, PUBG Mobile was made as similar as possible to its “big” version, without major changes. You create a character, choose a mode (solo, duo or skirmish of four units), start the search and in a second find yourself on a large area with other participants, waiting for the match to start. Up to 100 real players from different parts of the world will take part in each battle at PUBG Mobile.
At the game starts, the players wait for the total mass to be connected for about 30 seconds, and then they are all loaded onto the plane and sent to the island on which the battle royale will take place. The goal of the multiplayer shooter is to remain the last survivor or destroy all participants in the competition except members of their team.
You will start the round almost naked - with fists instead of firearms and shorts instead of body armor. But users will be able to find everything they need on the floor in buildings and all over the island. The field of battle will gradually decrease, forcing opponents to move closer and closer to each other and eventually meet face to face. And the fate of each round will be decided in 10-15 minutes.
The PUBG Mobile interface is a piece of cake. The developers picked up a pleasant color scheme and correctly placed the main navigation elements, eliminating the possibility of random clicks. But sometimes the interface glitches, and we don’t know why it’s happening.
The disclosure of the graphics of the game is most noticeable in first-person matches, where you can see your gun and body kits on it. Although with the range of drawing objects from PUBG Mobile everything is bad. For better quality of the picture, try to use available filters. The game looks more realistic with them.
The game has too small buttons, which are inconvenient to press, the fingers constantly close almost the entire screen, and it is almost impossible to look around normally. Therefore, for a comfortable game, an iPad or iPhone Plus is required.
The controls of the game are standard for mobile shooters and will be familiar to long-time fans of this genre and easy to use for newbies.
A virtual stick on the left is responsible for the movement and by lifting up, you can activate a continuous run. To rotate the camera, you need to scroll along the right side of the screen. There is also a shoot button. Next to it, you’ll find reload, aim, squat and jump buttons. Below, you can switch between two types of weapons, and near them, there are melee weapons, first-aid kits, drinks, and other useful things. Under the stick is the inventory button. There are no more user interface elements, except for the mini-map, which is expanded by taping.
- This is a brand new feature! Complete daily and weekly missions to earn points and increase your rank. Complete a certain number of missions every week for additional crates.
- Reach a new Royale Pass rank to unlock its rewards. Players with a busy schedule have the option to purchase ranks directly to unlock rewards.
- An elite version of the Royale Pass is also available. Purchasing the Elite Royale Pass unlocks elite missions to earn more points and collect additional rewards for each rank.
- Season 1 of Royale Pass starts in mid-June. It will be available for purchase for all players.
First-Person Perspective (FPP)
- Added first-person perspective variation to Classic Mode.
- FPP has its own tier system.
- 100 players, smaller map, three times the resources and air drops!
- Added weapon finishes to the game.
- New finishes can be obtained in the game and applied to your weapons.
- Added airplane finishes to the game.
- The player with the highest Royale Pass rank in a match can change the plane's finish before parachuting.
- Added an Armory where you can view all the weapons in the game and add attachments to see how effective they are.
- Pistols now get their own slot on the match UI and in the backpack.
- Melee weapons can now destroy tires on vehicles.
- Players can now mute individual teammates.
- Improved voice chat system during matches.
- Added a new post-match results screen.
- Added a tier protection system to protect players from being demoted.
- Added Asian characters.
- Added character profiles.
- Added simple emotes so players can interact with one another. More emotes are available via the Royale Pass.
Social Network Link
- Players can now link one additional social network, for a total of two.
- Added room cards, which can be used to start rooms. They are available via Royale Pass.
- Added parachutes, weapon finishes, avatars, avatar frames, and other new items.
- Items can be gifted to friends.
- Added career results screen.
- Added a character customization page, accessible from the profile screen.
- Added different sound effects for the winner and runner-up at the end of the match.
- Added a reminder tone for the last five seconds before boarding.
- Added a marking feature for quick chat. Players can now mark loot locations or dangerous spots.
- UI and sensitivity information is now saved locally.
- Added a Shop for trading Silver Fragments for Outfits.
- Added background noises for some zones, such as the sound of waves crashing when you're near the shore.
- Added more customizable buttons.
- Added Miramar to Arcade Mode.
- Vehicles no longer deal damage to teammates.
- Improved throwing animation, grenade explosion, and smoke grenade effects.
- Fixed 8x scope and vehicle camera bugs in Spectator Mode.
- Fixed choppy voice chat bugs and Bluetooth headset disconnect bugs.
- Improved UI and vehicle sound effects.
- Improved sound mixing when firing indoors.