PUBG is a game, but it’s also a sport, and one of the most popular sports in the world. You could spend hours trying to learn how to play the game if you wanted to, but that would be time wasted. You need someone who knows what they’re doing: an expert in PUBg who has played thousands of matches. That’s where I come in. I’ve played so many matches (and lost so many times) that I’ve developed a keen sense for which strategies work and which don’t. So let me give you some tips on how to get started as a new player:
#1 – KNOW HOW TO GET THE BEST GEAR
The first thing you should do when starting a new game is find some good gear. You don’t want to be stuck with low-tier equipment for the whole match, so you need to find some good guns, armor, backpacks and other items. There are many ways of getting better stuff in PUBG but the best way is by looting buildings or players who have died. Make sure that before you loot someone else’s stuff though it’s worth taking the risk because sometimes people will notice if their guns are missing!
When you’re looting players’ bodies after they’ve died it’s easy to spot which ones have high-quality items on them because they’ll have green numbers above their heads instead of red ones like everyone else does when they’re alive/dead (you can see this number if you press tab). So don’t waste time looking through dead bodies with just red numbers above them – kill someone with green and start grabbing whatever gear looks interesting!
#2 – TAKE YOUR TIME WITH LOOTING
If you’re just starting out in PUBG, it’s important to remember that looting is a slow process. If you rush it and get greedy, you could end up getting killed. It’s better to take your time and take only what you need, rather than any extra items that might cause someone else to attack or kill you while looting.
It’s also important not to get distracted by the sound of gunfire or other players around you. Some players get so distracted by the idea of finding loot that they forget about their own safety! This can lead them straight into an ambush or another player who has been waiting for anyone who doesn’t pay attention very closely when looting items off of dead bodies or abandoned buildings within the game world (also known as “dugouts” in PUBG).
Because there are so many different situations where this could happen, it’s best if everyone agrees ahead of time how they will approach these situations before starting their next round together – otherwise one person could potentially ruin everyone else’s fun by getting themselves killed unnecessarily!
#3 – FIND THE INSIDE OF CIRCLES
The circle is shrinking, you need to get inside it. When the circle shrinks, it’s imperative that you find a way inside the next safe zone. If the circle is in an area with more buildings or houses, you can use them as cover for when someone tries to shoot at you from afar. If the circle is shrinking rapidly and there isn’t much time left before it disappears altogether, then it’s best not to bother with trying to get inside a house or building—you’ll be better off just running straight through them instead of trying to go around them!
#4 – BE NEAR BUILDINGS WHEN THE PLAYZONE SHRINKS
When the playzone shrinks, it’s time to be near buildings. Buildings provide cover while you’re running from one side of town to another, as well as protection from enemies who are shooting at you from outside. They’re also stronger than trees or rocks which means they hold more loot for longer periods of time.
Finally, buildings provide a better view of the map than trees and rocks do because they tend to be taller than either one (and therefore closer). This makes them a good place to fall back on if there’s an enemy in your field of vision near the edge of town – if there isn’t already one here already!
#5 – GET AMMO FOR THE RIGHT WEAPON FOR EACH SITUATION
There are a number of different weapons available in PUBG and each one has its own unique ammo. It’s important to use the right ammo for the right weapon, otherwise you might find yourself out of bullets when the going gets tough.
If you’re new to the game, it’s probably best to start off with an assault rifle or SMG as your primary weapon. These two types of weapons have medium range and do a decent amount of damage (especially when paired with a high-quality scope). They’re good for most situations so long as you know how to aim properly and keep your cool under pressure!
If there are few other players around then go ahead and change things up by using shotguns instead. These guns excel at close quarters combat but lack range compared to other types of firearms so they should only be used when necessary (such as indoors).
If there are lots of players around then switch over towards sniper rifles because they offer excellent accuracy over long distances–making them perfect for taking down enemies without getting noticed yourself!
#6 – USE COVER AND ALWAYS BE READY TO RUN FOR DISTANCE
- Use cover to protect yourself from enemy fire.
- Use cover to reload your weapon, especially when you’re carrying an AR or SMG.
- Use cover to get a better angle on your enemy, either when they think they have the element of surprise and are close enough that you can snipe them or if they are hiding behind a wall or something similar that blocks their view of you and allows for easy shots.
If possible, try not to cross open areas where enemies can spot you easily since this will give them time to shoot back as well as encourage others who may be lurking nearby (but out of sight) nearby to join in on the action too.
#7 – STAY INDOORS WHEN YOU CAN, AND STAY OUT OF SIGHTS
You’ll have to be careful, though—it’s easy to get carried away and end up dead. The best way to avoid this is by keeping your head in the game and remembering these tips:
- Stay indoors when you can, and stay out of sight. Use buildings as cover, and use the terrain wisely for cover too!
- Use the mini-map when it comes to tracking enemy movement. It’s not always accurate (and sometimes downright misleading), but if someone is on your tail then they’re probably somewhere close by. If they’re far away from you then it’s likely that they aren’t going anywhere fast either because they’re also tracking down their next victim or waiting for one themselves! So don’t worry about running out of ammo at least yet…
- Also check out your compass; this tells how far away enemies are so that when planning an attack strategy or even just trying not get killed then knowing where everyone else is located could help immensely too!
PUBG is a fun game to play but you need a good strategy to win.
PUBG is a fun game to play but you need a good strategy to win. PUBG is a game where you need to think and react quickly. You also need the ability to adapt to different situations. The best way for you to start winning in this game is by learning strategies from other players who have had success in the past.
Hopefully, these tips will help you get started on your journey!
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