PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, more famously known as PUBG is currently one of the most popular Battle Royale game available on smartphones. With gaining popularity, more and more players including newcomers are trying this game. However, most of them end up dying at the beginning itself. For those who want to develop their PUBG gaming skills, here are our five pro tips that can help you in surviving the game for the longer period and if luck is by your side it might get converted into the ‘Çhicken Dinner’ too.
Tip 1: Keep your aim at the head level
The most common mistake by beginners is that they keep on moving their aim. This leads to spending more time in adjusting the aim, when they see an enemy and end up dying in the game. It is always recommended to keep the aim of your gun at the eyesight level for better and faster kills.
Tip 2: Use peek and fire
This feature is beneficial while taking cover as it only reveals the upper half of your body making it harder to aim at you. Meanwhile, you can easily target and shoot at your enemies. This feature is disabled by default and can be enabled by heading into Settings > Peek & Fire > Enable.
Tip 3: Use headphones
PUBG is a real-time game, and it also runs by the laws of physics. For that matter, using headphones gives you the actual idea of anything moving around you such as footsteps of other players, moving vehicles, etc. This also helps the players in being safe and identifying your enemies near you.
Tip 4: Keep an eye on maps
Maps play a crucial role in the whole PUBG gameplay, it shows all the prime locations, including the path of the plane, red zone, blue and white circles, footsteps of the players near you. The maps also show the bullet icons in the direction the firing is taking place, so that you can avoid those areas.
Tip 5: Always reload your weapon
It is advisable to keep your guns loaded as it’s always faster to switch to another weapon than reloading it during combat.