- The new update brings Tukshai vehicle which was previously only limited to Sanhok map
- The new rifle G36C will replace SCAR-L in Vikendi map
PUBG Mobile, the popular Battle Royale game has just released the 0.11.5 Beta update for the game fanatics, and it comes with exciting new additions. The new additions to the game include dynamic weather in Erangel and Miramar and also some changes in the PUBG Mobile Zombie mode. The new 0.11.5 Beta update comes in a 1.7GB package on Android. Besides the above mentioned new inclusions in the game, the players will get to see the G36C rifle and the Tukshai, which was previously only available in Sanhok. It is worth noting that while the previous update was massive owing to the introduction of the “Survive till Dawn” zombie mode, but the new update is merely incremental.
New Additions in PUBG Mobile 0.11.5 Beta
Along with the launch information of the new update, PUBG Mobile has also put out the changelog of the latest update. The changelog highlights that PUBG Mobile Vikendi map will get the new G36C rifle which fires 5.56mm rounds and can be equipped with stocks. This gun will replace SCAR-L in Vikendi. The Tukshai vehicle will replace the Jeep, Dacia and Mini-bus. Also, now the zombies in the game will enter into a weakened state from time to time during the match.
Some areas where zombies could not enter have been fixed and damage outside the safe zone at night has been increased. Some resource drops, vehicle fuel levels and zombie skills have been tuned. Quick chat message, “I got supplies” is now pre-selected after the new update.
Bonus Challenge and Other Details in PUBG Mobile 0.11.5
Tencent games has made the update link live for the PUBG Mobile players who would like to try the latest Beta version of the game. Also, on taking a look at the newest Beta update, we found that the often-leaked feature of converting Battle Coins (BC) to Unknown Coins (UC) was missing. The feature is used to access rare weapon skins and outfits.
There are also other changes while looking at the nitty gritty of the game we saw that the Bonus Challenge is for solo players rather than teams. To enter the challenge, players will require Bonus Challenge Vouchers or Unknown Cash, and then they will be able to play in three tiers which will include Novice, Adept, and Expert. Each kill will get the players some points which could be used to buy UC packs or cosmetic items. In the challenge, Novice players will bag 15 points for each kill, while the Adept players will get 30 points, whereas the Experts will get 45 points for each kill. The stable version of the update is yet to receive a launch date.
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