Published: Mon, May 20, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

PUBG Mobile Season 7: Here’s everything we know about it

PUBG Mobile Season 7: Here’s everything we know about it

PUBG Season 7 will bring new weapon shipping with the Update 0.12.5.

The new Gameplay Management for PUBG Mobile has been deployed recently in certain areas including Asian and North African countries, including India, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Kuwait, Nepal, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. This means PUBG Mobile 0.12.5 update will arrive to all players around the world before Friday. Once live, players will be able to buy the Season 7 Royale Pass for 600 UC. As per the recent report by App Annie, PUBG Mobile now has more than 100 million active monthly users. The update brings tons of changes on board along with the all-new Season 7. The gun will be available in all the existing maps. It also adds new dedicated Middle East servers for players to reduce lags while gaming. These include "subscription adjustments, a new BP category tab for the shop, and tuned audio".

If you want some guidance on How to Update PUBG Mobile, follow the link for details on how to force update or set your smartphone to do it automatically. Essentially, this feature allows users to unlock and play challenges one week in advance and earn free mission cards each week by doing so.

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In addition to this, you can check out the below trailer for season 7, via an unlisted YouTube video.

PUBG (PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds) Mobile 0.12.5 update was just available globally. As of five hours ago, at 4.23am BST the official PUBG Mobile Twitter account let fans know that the new version of the game was rolling out.

Tencent's mobile game "Arena of Valor", modeled after "League of Legends", already has a Gameplay Management system in place, again introduced as a response to concern over detrimental effects of playing habits.

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