Tencent Games and PUBG Corporation are starting off 2019 in a big way by releasing a brand new update for PUBG mobile today. New things have been added as well as improvements to the core game.
The free update for PUBG mobile is version number 0.10.5 and it’s available now for both iOS and Android users. The update also gets ready for players that are anticipating the rollout of Season 5. You can read more details from the press release posted below.
Tencent Games and PUBG Corporation are kicking off 2019 with an extensive content update for PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE (PUBG MOBILE). Available today on the App Store and Google Play, the free 0.10.5 update for the world’s most popular mobile Battle Royale game introduces the anticipated Royale Pass Season 5, providing players with a slew of new premium outfits and player emotes.
With more than 200 million downloads and 30 million concurrent users worldwide*, PUBG MOBILE is planning to reward the vast number of players with more surprises throughout 2019. As part of today’s update, players can scavenge Erangel, Miramar and Sanhok for the new MK47 weapon and, back by popular demand, begin using classic voice commands from the settings menu.
This month’s PUBG MOBILE update also includes these new key features:
- New Royale Pass and Ranked Mode – Players can pick up the Royale Pass Season 5 to experience premium outfits, emotes and participate in the Ranked Mode Season 5 with additional rewards
- New Weapon and Attachment – The MK47 burst and single-fire assault rifle is now available for players along with an all-new laser sight to help reduce spread when firing from the hip
- Classic Voice Commands Are Back – “Get in the car” never sounded so sweet. Players now have the option of selecting “Classic” voice command options in the settings menu
- Gameplay Improvements – Several in-game adjustments and updates have been made for players, including shop adjustments, accessing supplies from the main menu, and much more.
PUBG is available now for free to download for iOS and Android users. You can see the video below for more details about today’s new update.