Rolling out on iOS and Android today, the 0.5.0 update introduced a desert map, called Miramar, to the mobile version of the game, along with a bevy of other new features.
Added local quick team feature: enter a 6-digit code to team up with friends that are next to you.
PUBG Mobile v0.5.0 improved spectator mode smoothness, striking and melee combat sounds, parachute camera smoothness, and the parachute speed matches the PC speed in-game. Players can now collect rewards for progression when reaching new levels and take on new weekly activity missions. As previously mentioned, the Sanhok jungle map is not yet available for PUBG Mobile, and Tencent hasn't given any indication of when fans can expect it to come to the game.
The filters work in a similar way to the language filters, and you'll be able to see the results on the spot.
Other new additions include progress missions, a regional server system, and local quick teams which seems to group you up with other local nearby players to make partying up way simpler in real life.
- Added Synergy and Connections: interact with your friends in-game to raise Synergy, then build Connections when your Synergy is high enough.
Additionally, a Shop is now available for players to preview and purchase new outfits and items, as well as the Secret Stash where can purchase special discounted items.
Miramar has been in the PC version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds since late 2017, although it has yet to come to the Xbox.
- Improved climbing check during running.
- Improved team invitation flow.
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