PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile Gets First-Person Perspective and Several New Features

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Mobile's new update brings first-person perspective to the title as well as various new features.

on June 21, 2018 11:12 AM

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile received a new 0.6.0 update yesterday that brought the first-person perspective to the title as part of the mobile version’s biggest update to date.

PUBG Corporation’s mobile port of its popular PC and Xbox One Battle Royale title has had not only first-person perspective added but also several new features to bring more to the game. A new Mini-Zone has been introduced to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile, dropping one-hundred players into a smaller circle with triple the amount of loot and a play time of about twenty minutes.

An Armory is now implemented which allows players to browse through weapon statistics and analyze the performance of weapon accessories. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile Royale Pass will allow players to complete daily challenges in a bid to earn points and increase their Royale Pass rank. By completing a number of missions every week players can gain additional crates.

For those who have the highest Royale Pass ranks, they’re now able to choose finishes for the airplane and can now unlock and apply finishes to weapons. Another feature added to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile is emotes that allow players to perform in-game actions such as laughing, taunting, and clapping.

You can watch the trailer below to see these features and more in action. We recently learned that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is to be getting a new event pass as a way for players to earn rewards later this week.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile launched earlier this year and is available for free on iOS and Android devices.

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Ben Bayliss is a UK based staff writer for DualShockers. He spent over ten years doing media production related projects, and five years as a camera operator/director for live TV. He has been writing about games since 2015 as well as managing gaming websites. Now he's here at DualShockers to provide the latest coverage in gaming news, and more.