Tips for Winning at Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds


PUBG is a game that seemingly everyone has been playing lately, and with good reason. The game requires players to find weapons, fight to the death, and survive until they’re the last person standing. If you love action games, you’re probably already hooked on it. But even if you just want to get better at it, here are some tips for winning at PUBG!

Get a good weapon.

Don’t waste time with a bad weapon.

  • Your weapon should have the right stats for your playstyle.
  • Your weapon should be suited to the map you’re playing on and what you’ll be facing there (for example, having a sniper rifle on an open map like Pochinki is a recipe for disaster).
  • If you’re new to PUBG and want to get better at it, I’d recommend sticking with an assault rifle since they’re easy to use, versatile enough in most situations, and don’t require any special skillsets or experience levels as compared to other weapons like shotguns or snipers

Pick out strategic locations to land.

Next, you need to pick out a location. You should land somewhere that is easy to defend and hard to attack. This would be considered a “safe zone.” For example, there is one safe zone on the island that looks like it has a giant bowl around it. Enemies cannot climb over that edge of the map so this makes it very difficult for them to reach you if you land here.

The next step is picking a place where their are lots of obstacles in front of them which will slow down their progress towards your location before they can get close enough for combat.

Also consider landing near good resources (ammo boxes) but away from high traffic areas where many other players could also land at any time and surprise attack you before you have time to react or prepare yourself with supplies/weapons/vehicles etc..

Have a plan.

This is the most important rule. You must have a plan and follow it to the letter, or you will die. Before you engage in any battle, ask yourself:

Where am I going?

How am I getting there?

What are my primary and secondary objectives in this location?

Watch your back.

Remember that you’re not invincible, and don’t let your guard down. While your opponents are busy looking forward and paying attention to their surroundings, you need to be doing the same thing. Don’t get distracted by the action in front of you. Keep moving. And turn back occasionally to check behind you for incoming threats. If an enemy is approaching from behind, he or she may try to sneak up on you without being noticed—and if they succeed at this, it could mean death for both of us!

Stay safe and know when it’s time to move.

You can’t win the game if you’re dead. So keep this in mind, and try to stay out of harm’s way. This is a tough one for many players, because it means you have to constantly be moving—and sometimes that’s just not possible when you’re cornered by another player. However, even if they see your character on-screen and know where he or she is located, they still have to come looking for him or her before shooting can begin. This gives you time to set up an ambush and get the shot off first!

Stay in cover.

Knowing where to take cover is an important part of PUBG. The terrain may look different in each round, but there are some spots you can always count on. If you know the best places to hide, it’s easier for you to find cover and defend yourself against enemies.

The first thing to do when searching for cover is identify your surroundings and study them before diving into battle. Look around at the hills and valleys surrounding your position, then try to find an area that has a good line of sight without any obstacles blocking it (such as trees). Once there, stay put until an enemy comes into view—then shoot back!

Dodge unexpected fire by jumping in zigzags.

If you are shot at, don’t make the mistake of firing back. If you’re lucky enough to survive an attack, let your attacker think they have time to reload or move on before turning your attention to them. The best way to do this is by dodging left and right in zigzags—it’s harder for another player to hit a target that’s moving unpredictably.

If possible, try not to give away your position by using gunfire or making any noise at all—this can be difficult when you’re being attacked from multiple angles by players who have been stalking you for ages. In these situations, it helps if one player takes on the role of “lure” and makes as much noise as possible while directing enemies away from their teammates’ locations; this tactic works best when there is at least one other teammate nearby who can provide backup fire against incoming opponents…but only if he/she knows where his/her friend has been located beforehand!

Don’t be afraid to make noise if you think it will save your life.

Don’t be afraid to make noise if you think it will save your life

One of the most important things to remember when playing PUBG is that, just like in real life, there are many times when it’s better to be loud than quiet. If you’re alone and hear footsteps somewhere in a building nearby, don’t hesitate to start yelling—you may spook other players into thinking they’ve found an enemy! The same goes for if someone else starts yelling: If they’re not close enough for them to hear me, then they can’t kill me without risking being seen themselves. Of course, this only works if there aren’t more enemies on your tail; otherwise you should probably just shut up and run away (unless you have grenades).

Play the objectives, not the kills.

One of the most important tips for winning Battlegrounds is to play the objectives. The map is your friend, and if you know how to use it, you can gain a huge advantage over your opponents.

The first step in using the map is finding high-traffic areas and then avoiding them. If you’re trying to stay hidden, avoid places where there will be lots of people moving around—or at least try not to go there by yourself! Look for places that aren’t going to be so busy. These could include farms or military bases where there wouldn’t be as many players looking for loot or fighting other players because they would only be interested in getting their basic weapons back from their base while others are looting everything they can find. When picking locations like this make sure that there are still good hiding spots nearby so that if someone comes close enough before realizing what type of place it actually is then they might be able to get away without being seen right away!

Wear the right gear for the right situations.

As you progress through the game, it’s important to wear clothes that help you perform well in various situations. You should wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely, but also something that will protect you from some of the elements (wind, sun and rain).

Stay alive so you have the chance at being the last one standing!

You can’t win if you’re not playing. That’s just common sense. And in Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds, where only one player can be the last one standing, it’s even more important to keep yourself alive so that you get the chance at being that person!


If you follow this advice, you will have a much better chance of winning Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds. The key is to stay alive and follow your instincts.

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