PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (or PUBG for short) is a Battle Royale game. It is one of the biggest games out there, where 100 players land on an island and fight till one remains standing. The game has gained massive popularity in recent years and if you are a beginner to it, these tips will help you get started.
1. Scout your surroundings
It’s the most important task that you should do in the game, but it is also the most overlooked. It will help you to know where other players are, so that you can avoid or kill them.
- Use the map to see where people are:
The blue circle indicates a player and their location. If there is no blue circle on your screen, then it means there are no players nearby (or they’re underground). You can also get an idea of how many people there are in your vicinity by looking at the mini-map at the top left of your screen; this shows up after a while and gives information about two things: how far away from each other everyone is and what kind of cover they have available to them. This way you’ll know whether it’s safe for your character to run across open ground without being seen or if someone could easily shoot at him/her from afar by using buildings as cover
2. Drop to Progress
Drop to progress is a strategy where you drop to the ground to avoid being shot at. This is a great strategy to use if you see other players and you want to avoid them. It is also a good strategy to use if you are being shot at by someone who has better weapons than you, as it will make it harder for them to hit you.
To drop down, double tap W/S on your keyboard or right click with your mouse/touchpad (depending on what kind of controls your game has). This will cause your character’s belly button icon in the top left corner of the screen, which represents their health status, will go from full white coloration down into orange when they are crouching or prone (lying on their stomach).
3. Stay Focused and be Alert
When you’re in a match, it’s important to stay focused and alert. This means that you shouldn’t get distracted by anything else in the world. If there are no other players around, then focus on the area around you so that people coming from behind won’t be able to surprise attack you. If there are other players nearby, make sure that they don’t know where exactly you’re hiding by staying as silent as possible and looking around often to check if anyone has found your hiding spot yet.
As a beginner, it is crucial for survival that your attention isn’t divided between checking every corner of an area while also scanning the horizon for enemy players trying to sneak up on you (which could signal their position). Instead of constantly checking every corner of an area while also scanning the horizon for enemy players trying to sneak up on me (which could signal their position), try focusing mainly on one task at a time—either scanning areas with your eyes or looking at buildings/forests/rocks/trees etc., depending on what kind of environment we’re talking about here.”
4. Have Teamwork
- Have Teamwork
As mentioned previously, being a team player is very important in PUBG. In order to win the game, you need to have coordination with your teammates and make decisions together. This can be done through communication or by knowing each other’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as playstyles.
5. Weapon mastery
- Mastering a weapon is crucial to your success.
- Mastering a weapon means understanding how to use it in all situations.
- Mastering a weapon means knowing how to use it effectively in all situations
The better prepared you are, the more likely you are to survive and win!
- Scout your surroundings.
- Drop to progress.
- Stay focused and alert.
- Have teamwork.
- Weapon mastery is also key to winning in PUBG!
With practice, you will surely master these tips and tricks. Good luck with your next PUBG match!