Since its launch over two years ago, PUBG Mobile has grown into one of the largest mobile games today. That growth continues with a large-scale 1.0 update that ushers in a "new era of gaming" and a new esports tournament, the game's creators announced on a live broadcast Monday.
The update arrives on September 8.
Meanwhile, the creators of PUBG Mobile revealed some details of what gamers can expect. PUBG Mobile 1.0 will see improved graphics for a more realistic gameplay that the creators called "unprecedented" for a mobile game. These include character enhancements, the addition of particles, smoke, mouth flares, and air blasts, and new shadows, lighting, and details in environments. UX updates include a new interactive lobby. The social, gaming and store functions have been organized into pages that can be accessed from the lobby in a "simple and clean" interface.
The wait is finally over, as the announcement has been made. PUBG Mobile version 1.0 will be released very soon and will bring a completely new and unique experience.
Character improvements in PUBG Mobile
Various improvements to player characters will be added to the game, including improvements to environments and lobby lighting.
Updated graphics and game environments
The new version of the game will bring refined graphics into the game, including more exquisite details and range interaction. The lighting system and shaders have also been revamped to bring the game closer to the real world.
Even the most fundamental aspects, such as skydiving, have been polished and improved to provide an even more engaging battle royale experience.
New design and user interface
A clean and interactive user interface will be introduced in PUBG Mobile. Players will have the option to customize their own design. The game functions have also been divided into pages for quick and easy navigation.
Additionally, the live stream was kept quiet about the new game details; But he did promise a "mystery surprise" that will be kept secret until the update is released.
When it comes to its esports tournament, PUBG Mobile will combine the existing World League and World Championship into one big "mega event," said James Yang, Director of PUBG Mobile Global Esports. Professional teams from regions around the world will compete in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship, to be held in November. Due to coronavirus conditions influencing the unprecedented nature of the tournament, Yang said, this season has been dubbed "season zero." The jackpot will be worth $ 2 million, the most PUBG Mobile has ever paid out.
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