How to Get Better At PUBG, Even If You’re a Beginner


When I first got into PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, I was a chicken dinner-less loser. But now, after playing for a year and studying the strategists of YouTube, I’ve learned that becoming good at PUBG isn’t just about having good aim and twitch reflexes. It’s about making the right decisions and minimizing risk. Here are some tips for those who want to get better at PUBG but have yet to even place in the top 10:

Learn to Love Smoke Grenades

Smoke grenades are some of the most versatile tools in the game. They allow you to cover your movement, which allows you to approach with less risk of being shot. They also allow you to mask your retreat, making it harder for enemies to follow up on their kill.

They can be used as a distraction, allowing you to draw enemies away from their positions or give yourself room for an attack by making them think there is a bigger threat nearby.

Use Doors and Walls

  • If you’re in a house, the walls are your best friend. You can crouch behind them and know that no one will be able to see you or shoot at you if they aren’t using thermal vision.
  • If you’re in a building, it’s important to use all doors as cover while moving from one room to another. This way, people won’t be able to see where you’ve just come from and shoot through the door after seeing movement on their side of it (or even better: hear footsteps). Doors are also useful for getting into vehicles with less risk of being shot at when entering them – just make sure there isn’t anyone else inside first!
  • Lastly but most importantly: cars are great for avoiding gunfire when trying get away from other players after killing them since bullets can ricochet off windows towards whoever shoots at said car instead of hitting its intended target!”

Take Advantage of the Redzone

The redzone is your friend. It’s a huge area that surrounds the circle and offers a fast way to get back into the game, so you should use it to your advantage.

Take a look at this map of Erangel:

As you can see, there are plenty of redzones around each circle. If you can make it outside the blue circle before it shrinks down to nothingness, then chances are that you’ll be able to get out in time. Just remember not to run too far out—you don’t want to run into an enemy who is just waiting for someone stupid enough to do something like that!

Get to Know the Circle

The circle is the most important thing to learn in PUBG. It’s the thing that will kill you, and it’s also probably your best friend.

The circle is what makes PUBG so terrifyingly tense and exciting: one wrong move can cost you your life, and all it takes is a single headshot from an AK-47 or M416 to end your game of chicken with death. The good news? If you learn how to manage this ruthless mechanic, it’ll make surviving much easier for you in future games.

Practice Landing

Landing is a skill that you can improve on. It is the most important skill in PUBG, and it is the reason why most players lose games. Landing is difficult because of how complex your plane’s controls are—you have to use both mouse and keyboard buttons to land correctly! Landings will never be perfect, but they can definitely get better with practice.

It’s worth noting that landing isn’t just important for beginners; even seasoned players should keep practicing landing if they want to improve their game. Even if you’re already pretty good at landing (like me), there’s always room for more improvement!

To start practicing landing, try playing some deathmatch or solo mode games first so you don’t get frustrated when your teammates aren’t helping out much by doing what they’re supposed to do (i.e., killing enemies). If no one else is around then just go ahead and play against bots–it’ll still help train your reflexes even though there won’t really be any consequences for making mistakes like crashing into buildings or trees on purpose every time instead of trying again until everything goes smoothly 🙂

Use Vehicles Wisely

For starters, vehicles are great for getting around the map quickly. If you’re running low on health and have to heal up before heading into a fight with your enemies, jump in a car or van and drive to the nearest hospital.

In addition to using vehicles as transportation, they also make excellent weapons as well! Use them to take out enemies or block off areas that are hard for enemies to reach. If you see an enemy trying to hide from you by running through buildings or climbing high up onto roofs, use your vehicle as an offensive tool by ramming it into the building or onto their heads!

Check More Houses

Check More Houses

When you first start playing, it’s easy to get caught up in just shooting as many people as possible and looting as much gear as possible. The most important thing to remember is that the key to winning is to check every house before you shoot or loot anything. You want to make sure there aren’t any enemies inside of the house with you, because if there are, then your health bar will take a big hit from getting shot at by multiple people at once. It’s also important not to run out into open areas where there could be enemies waiting for their chance at killing you—so always check houses for hostile players before leaving them empty-handed!

Loot Before You Shoot

It’s a good idea to loot before you shoot, or at least make sure you have ammo for your gun. If you are in the middle of a firefight and don’t have any bullets left, then it’s going to be hard for you to win that fight. You also can’t beat someone who has better weapons than yours.

If there is an enemy player nearby, make sure that they don’t get the loot before you do! They might be able to pick up something useful before you do, so make sure they don’t get it first…

Play Solo, at Least Once in a While

For the first few games, it’s best to play Solo. This will allow you to get a feel for the game and how everything works. You’ll be able to practice shooting, landing, looting, driving and most importantly: aiming and movement. If you don’t know how to aim properly yet then playing in private matches is also a good idea because there aren’t any other players to worry about getting killed by (or killing).

If you’re still struggling with landing your shots on target then I would recommend just playing solo until you are confident enough at hitting moving targets before joining up with friends where they can help teach them some tips on how they aim better in this game!

If you keep these steps in mind, you can improve at pubg in no time.

If you keep these steps in mind, you can improve at pubg in no time.

  • Practice makes perfect. The more you practice, the better you’ll get.
  • Don’t be afraid to try new things. Sometimes the best way to learn something is by doing it wrong first! It’s okay if your first attempt at something doesn’t work out perfectly; use that as an opportunity learn more about how things work and then try again later on when you’ve had some time to think about it and plan ahead more carefully.
  • Be patient with yourself and others (and maybe even a little bit kind). Nobody likes being around someone who’s always yelling or complaining because they’re frustrated by their mistakes or other people’s mistakes (even if those mistakes are frustrating). When someone else messes up, remember that everyone makes mistakes sometimes—even professionals like pro gamers—and chances are they’ll get better at whatever they’re doing over time if given the chance! You can help them become better too by encouraging them instead of criticizing them for not being good enough yet…


PUBG is a fantastic game, and there’s so much to learn! If you follow these tips, you can be well on your way to winning more games. If you really want to get better at PUBG, remember that practice makes perfect. The more you play, the better (and faster) you’ll become. But even as a beginner, it’s never too late to start improving your skills and having fun with this amazing game!

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