1. Select Third Person View or First Person View :
Choose between third person view, and first person view. PUBG Mobile’s
latest update has brought the ability for players to choose between
first person view and third person view. Before you start the game, you
can tap on the game mode button just below ‘Start’ and choose between ‘TPP’ (third person), or ‘FPP’ (first person).
2. Adjust Graphics Quality :
Adjust the graphics quality according to your phone’s capabilities. PUBG
Mobile does this automatically, but if you feel like your game is
lagging or dropping frames, you can lower it further, and vice-versa. A higher graphics quality setting will definitely make it easier to spot other enemies, but if your phone starts lagging or dropping frame, make the trade-off and opt for a higher frame-rate instead.
3. 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.
4. Use Gyroscope :
PUBG Mobile brings the ability to use your smartphone’s gyroscope to
aim. This can be incredibly helpful when aiming down sights, or when
you’re scoped in since you’ll be able to move your phone to aim at
enemies instead of having to touch and drag on the screen. To enable
gyroscope, simply head into Settings and then Basic.
5. Enable Aim Assistance:
Check that ‘Aim Assist’ is turned on for easier aiming. Aim assist is
required on a touchscreen phone (usually) because aiming on a
touchscreen isn’t nearly as accurate as aiming with a mouse is. A
spot-on aim will help you take out enemies quicker and will also help in
6. Turn on auto graphics adjust:
In Settings -> Graphics, you can also turn on ‘Auto adjust graphics’ to ensure a consistent frame-rate
while playing. This basically means that if your phone starts
over-heating, or if the battery gets low, PUBG Mobile will automatically
adjust the graphics quality to compensate for it.
Now here are some tips
1. Play on edge:
If you have a 4x or 8x scope, position yourself on the edge of the play
zone where the blue circle is the nearest to the white. This will give
you a complete view of the play zone, while vastly reducing the chances that a player might be coming from behind you.
2. how to kill:
If you spot someone and they haven’t spotted you, only take the shot if a kill is guaranteed, otherwise you’ll just end up giving away your position.
Since you’ve spotted them, you have ample time to take the perfect shot
— aim for the head, and shoot in bursts until the player is dead.
3. don't go in gun blazzing:
If only two other people are left alive, keep hidden and let them fight it out, and then kill the remaining one player.
4. Turn of mission impossible background:
PUBG recently teamed up with Mission Impossible: Fallout to bring MI
themed missions to the game, along with the Mission Impossible theme
music in the background. While some people may love the new background
music, if you’re not especially a fan of it you can turn it off by
heading into Settings and going to Audio. You’ll find the option to disable the Mission Impossible ‘BGM’ here.
5. Use of Earphones:
Most shooter games, be it CS: GO, Fortnite, or PUBG make use of
directional audio that you can leverage to be more aware of your
enemies’ locations. While the stereo-front-firing speakers on your phone
may be good enough, put on a pair of headphones. This will help you in
not only hearing distant gunfire, but also footsteps of an approaching
enemy so you’re not taken by surprise. It might not sound like much, but
it makes a pretty big difference.
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