Update your PUBG, 0.16.0 update available

Tencent Games has released its major PUBG Mobile 0.16.0 update for Android and iOS players across the globe. The new update comes with numerous new features and changes to the game. It also sets the beginning of the in-game winter festival and brings the much-awaited RageGear mode. The update has a size of 0.67GB on both Android and iOS.

Besides, the game brings an addition to the Classic mode. PUBG Mobile will now permit users to enter the Snow Paradise when waiting on the Erangel map spawn island, where they will be able to take cable cars on snow mountains and play freestyle snowboarding.

This time’s update rewards include 50 silver, 2,888 BP and 3 Day Winter Dress. The rewards will be made open to all the players who update before December 17.

The new RageGear mode will divide players into two teams and the drivers or shooters will be randomly assigned. They will have to destroy enemy vehicles to win. The cars will be mounted with Gatling guns, Shotguns and RPGs. RageGear will consist of two sub-modes, namely TDM mode and Pick Up mode. In the TDM mode, players will have to destroy enemy vehicles for points and the first to achieve the target score wins. Whereas, in the Pick-Up mode, the team that is able to collect the required number of Point Crates first wins.




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