PUBG Gift Card
PUBG is the game that started it all. While the battle royale genre has existed for a while now, it's been made popular by this fantastic game. Grab a frying pan, scout for a gun, and get a mate – you won't be surviving this for long if you're not careful.
PUBG is the ultimate merger of gathering supplies, tactical thinking, and a battle of bullets – as 100 different players come into the map, but the only one can come out. If you do manage to be the last man standing in PUBG, you're entitled to a particular feathery feast.
PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS was the best selling premium game in 2017, and it's numbers continue to rage on as the community becomes even more enchanted with the action-packed gameplay.
The game is also receiving continual support from the developers in the form of new seasons. New seasons add more content into the game, giving it fantastic replay value. If you want to make sure that you stand out among the crowd, you might want to invest in a slick-looking outfit.
But, this is wholly optional. PUBG isn't a pay to win the game, and paying for skins won't get you any skill – only practice and persistence.
The best way to get some in-game currency is through the gift card system – which allows you to purchase a myriad of accessories and fun skins. The best way to win is simple – all you need to do is get good.
Bruce Lee Joins the Action in 'PUBG MOBILE'
After welcoming the likes of Squid Game's Jung Ho Yeon and Lionel Messi, PUBG MOBILE now announces the arrival of martial arts legend Bruce Lee. The new Martial Showdown festival activation comes as part of the version 2.4 update and will feature a number of in-game elements and items across multiple maps.“To this day Bruce Lee is still an inspiration to so many across the world," said Vincent Wang, Head of PUBG MOBILE Publishing, Tencent Games. "As one of the most influential and well-known stars of the 20th century, many of PUBG MOBILE players are huge fans of his. We’re incredibly proud to be honoring his legacy, bringing many elements of his signature look and personality to the game. I hope that this partnership will provide an amazing experience for PUBG MOBILE players and Bruce Lee fans alike."The collaboration promises a new collection of in-game outfits and limited-time items including skins replicating different iconic looks of the martial arts master. Other introductions include a number of vehicle skins, parachutes, Bruce Lee-themed emotes, and more. Finally, a Dreamrealm Apprentice event will run from January 10 until January 26 offering exclusive rewards for following Bruce Lee through a series of trials."We could not be more excited to announce our new partnership with PUBG MOBILE, one of the world’s most popular mobile games," said Dennis Chang, Managing Partner of The Bruce Lee Family Company. "As global online gaming communities continue to grow at unprecedented levels we are fortunate to have found such a collaborative partner in PUBG MOBILE who has been at the forefront of the phenomenal growth trend of mobile gaming and who has created such an exciting and innovative game that truly resonates with Bruce Lee’s fanbase."PUBG MOBILE's Version 2.4 update is set to launch on January 6. Stay tuned for more details.Warriors, have a sneak peek at our upcoming update! ?Download PUBG MOBILE today and stay tuned for the new version:? https://t.co/FQd5WyavA8#PUBGMOBILE #PUBGMOBILEC4S10 #PUBGMWARRIORTRIAL #Martialshowndown pic.twitter.com/1KDS3OjtLz— PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) January 2, 2023Elsewhere in gaming, Polymega's Ultra Module EM05 lets you play classic N64 titles.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast
‘PUBG: Battlegrounds’ Introduces Treacherous ‘Blizzard Zone’ in Update 21.2
Developers have unleashed a slew of revamps arriving via the latest update for PUBG: Battlegrounds. Among the changes are some subtle tweaks to the game’s environments, along with an entirely new zone.Leading the charge of updates is a severe snowstorm called the Blizzard Zone. When players enter the zone, they’ll move slower and receive constant damage per each second they’re in the zone. They’ll also have their sight and sound limited and vehicles will be harder to control. Before entering the zone, which is available in both normal and custom matches, players will be warned via a message and will be able to view the activated area UI on the world map."Mother Nature is back wreaking havoc upon Vikendi once again," developers said. "With the 21.2 Update, players may find themselves face-to-face with the Blizzard Zone. Once players enter the Blizzard Zone they will find themselves moving slower, receiving consistent damage per second, hindered sight and sound, and vehicles will be harder to maneuver."Another change to the gameplay experience includes Secret Rooms. Located throughout the map, players who obtain the Security Key and then stumble upon one of these rooms will be treated to valuable, high-tier items.Developers have additionally launched three new Repair Kits, serving to save players in matches by allowing them to repair vehicles, helmers and armor.Check out all the new updates coming to PUBG: Battlegrounds in the Patch Notes.In other gaming news, a two-hour free trial for The Last of Us Part I is now available via Playstation Plus.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast
PUBG: Battlegrounds improves map traversal in Update 21.2
PUBG: Battlegrounds' - formerly known as PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds - Update 21.2 is on the way, dropping on 17th January for PC players and the 25th for those looking for a chicken dinner on consoles. The update ushers in changes to Vikendi, Sanhok, and Taego, as well as an "update to the 1v1 Arena in Training Mode". You can check out the highlights in the helpful video embedded below: Vikendi's changes include multidrops - which means multiple care packages holding high-tier loot will randomly drop throughout the match - as well as Repair Kits which do exactly what they say on the tin and enable players to repair helmets and armour, plus vehicles, too, if you final the Mechanic's Toolbox. Read more