PUBG Mobile Gets Miramar Map, Improved Performance, Local Quick Teams, and More


The much-anticipated 0.5.0 update for PUBG Mobile is rolling out around the world today, bringing with it the harsh, desert terrain of the Miramar battleground, along with a clutch of new features, in-game content, and technical tweaks.

The official PUBG account for the mobile version tweeted out the news early on May 15 that the new update was available with a quick checklist of the key features and changes that are included.

The new update for PUBG Mobile also addresses some lingering issues with the game.

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- Initial parachute speed increased to match the PC version. Developed by Chinese mega-house Tencent Games, PUBG Mobile has been successful since the day it launched, and this is seemingly due to the genuine care that goes into it. This lets players easily join a party of friends sitting next to them, just by using a quick 6-digit code.

- New Progress Mission: collect progress rewards when you reach new levels, then take on new missions. Set in a rugged desert with expansive cities flawless for epic battles, Miramar offers players fast-paced combat in the palm of their hands. Language-specific chat channels and more avatars have also been added.

- Added a Shop, where you can preview and purchase new outfits and items. You'll find tons of new clothing, special clothing or items to buy for your character, and other add-ons.

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The idea with Missions and assignments is you can earn goodies instead of spending hundreds of dollars on skins like we see in Fortnite.

- Picture styles now available on all devices.

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