All you PUBG MOBILE and PUBG for PC players out there know that Anyone can grab a gun, some armor, a vehicle and start roaming the map. But without a clear plan you’ll soon get yourself in trouble, and end up taking on firefights where your opponent has a clear advantage, If you want to end up on top of PUBG’s 100-player pile you’ll need a lot of PUBG tips As well as a steady aim, tactical thinking, and a dash of luck. Most importantly, you’ll need to stay alive, and that’s a big task considering you have 99 other players gunning for you in every round.
I will provide you these essential PUBG survival tips that will help you think more strategically about each encounter, and teach you how to avoid fights that you can’t possibly win. Read them, and then put them into practice on the battlefield.
IN PUBG ALWAYS take a level three helmet
If you want to win you are going to need a good helmet and vest, so when looting untouched equipment always grab the highest level possible. But if after a fight you find a damaged level three on the person you took down it can be difficult to know what to pick up and what to leave. The general rule here is actually pretty simple. Always take a level three helmet, even if it is close to being destroyed. A level three will always save you from a headshot with the M24, and is the only one that will do so. Therefore it is nearly always worth it.
Play the edge of the circle (the safe zone of PUBG)
Once you start to hit the late game, different strategies start to come into play. The one that should keep you alive is to play on the edge of the circle and to run in with it. Staying on the edge means that the area you need to be aware of shrinks a lot. You know that a big portion of what’s behind you is totally safe, so you only need to be aware of what is in front of you. If you’re in the middle then you have to keep eyes everywhere, which is not an easy task.
Hiding in bushes works surprisingly well
This sounds crazy, but bushes actually provide a really good stealth option. Sit in a bush and there is a strong chance someone will walk straight past and then wonder where on earth they got shot from. Bushes provide no hard cover, but if no one sees you then no one will shoot you, and if no one shoots you then you won’t die. Although perhaps take off any bright colored clothes you have on before trying it. HOWEVER hiding in the grass … mmm not a great idea .
Grass is not visible after a while so don’t hide in IT
With the right scopes and sightlines, you can see for hundreds of meters in PUBG, but crucially grass stops being visible at around the 200m mark. This means that if someone decides to lay down, they may think they are well covered, but anyone more than 200 meters away can see them clearly. You are always much better trying to find hard cover like a tree or wall (or even getting in a bush) than trying to lay down in the grass until the late stages. This also means that hitting the deck in a field when shots come in is a terrible idea. Just run to cover instantly.
Everyone wants to be the person that racks up 20 kills and walks out the victor, but the chances of that happening are pretty slim. (Unless you’re Shroud or Dr Disrespect, two of the biggest PUBG streamers who somehow manage to get more kills in one round than most do in an evening.) So in order to stay alive you should pick your battles. That’s not to say you shouldn’t take any fights, but only pick battles you know you can win. If you spot someone holding an AWM and full level three armor, maybe don’t take them on in clear sight. But see someone with just a shotgun while you have a 4x AR and you should totally take them out. Take an extra second to evaluate each combat situation and if it looks tough, maybe run the other way.
Follow this advices and you will be always on top 10 very soon.
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