PUBG Mobile 0.60 update adds Royale Pass Season 1 and a first-person perspective

Developers of the mobile version of PlayerUnknown & # 39; s Battlegrounds are not wasting their time adding many new features before the inevitable launch of Fortnite on Android. Luckily for us that means we can play with some new changes thanks to the recent 0.60 update. The two most notable additions are the new Royale Pass system that gives players several rewards, and a first person perspective mode that finally gives fans an easy way to enjoy the FPS game.

The above video goes into more detail than The Royal Pass system adds to PUBG Mobile and, like most free games, you can expect something too intricate to not confuse you about how much money is spending, and what you will get exactly. instead. Seriously, how many other games require a ten minute video to explain their monetization methods?

This is how it works. Now you can unlock battle points, cosmetic rewards and experience enhancers as you play and qualify your Pass Royale. You can do this for free, but there are also two paid levels that offer more rewards. The Elite upgrade is the cheapest option of 600 Unrecognized Cash ($ 10), and with it, you'll receive 2000 UC rewards that include a rare weapon, a rare sweatshirt and an unlocked weekly elite mission. Elite Upgrade Plus usually costs 4,500 UC ($ 74.98), but currently has a discount of 1,800 UC (you can not buy 1,800 directly, so you'll have to buy 2,100 for $ 34.98). With this purchase, you will unlock 8000 UC in rewards that include 20 ranges in Royale points, some rare weapons, planes and skins, as well as an unlocked weekly elite mission.

Of course, the Royal Pass system is not the only addition in the 0.6.0 update. Now you can play in a first person view by switching to "FPP" on the home screen. You will find the dialog box to go from TPP (third person view) to FPP just below the start button in the upper left corner. You are free to change as much as you want, but you will have to do it on the home screen. There's no way to change your view on the fly when you're in a game.

Now, since this is such a monumental update for the fans, I would be remiss if I did not mention all the other additional changes that came with this update, but since there are so many, I'm just going to paste the Complete change record below for your visual pleasure.

– Perspective in 1st person.
– Pass Royale Season 1.
– Mini-Zone: a smaller map, more resources and air drops!
– Weapon and aircraft ends.
– See weapons in the new Armory.
– The pistols now have their own UI.
– Melee weapons can destroy tires.
– Individual teammates can be silenced.
– Result screen after the game.
– Level protection system.
– Models of Asian characters.
– Emotes.
– Able to link 2 social networks.
– Added room cards.
– New items in the store.
– Articles can be gifted.

As you can see, there are many new things to review. The update PUBG Mobile 0.60 is really a great one, and I have the feeling that the fans will be very happy with it. Sure, the Royal Pass system has a questionable price if you choose to go with the Elite or Elite Plus upgrades, but at least the free players can still have fun and enjoy what it has to offer, even if it is limited at that level. For me, the biggest addition worth mentioning is the new first person view, and after playing some rounds, I must say that now is my preferred way to play. At least, PUBG Mobile continues to improve with each new update, as far as I'm concerned, that's a victory for all of us.


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