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PUBG Mobile new Arctic Mode: All you need to Know



PUBG Mobile new Arctic Mode: All you need to Know

PUBG introduced a big update with version 0.17.0, and one of the new features is an Arctic Mode, which has just gone live.

The company clarified that this mode is available as part of EvoGround game mode selection. This means that the new mode is widely available for players as part of the new update.

The video also outlines some important tips and tricks that players need to keep in mind while playing on the new mode.

Arctic Mode is a special gameplay mode in Vikendi where players have to compete against two elements. The first element here is all the rival players on the map while the second one is the environmental cold.

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The company claims that this mode features “extreme gameplay”. As per the information available, the cold weather will occur periodically during the gameplay.

If and when the player is exposed to this cold, there is a new health bar signifying the body temperature. In case a player does not keep a tab on this bar, hypothermia may occur.

To combat the cold weather, players need to find any shelter and start a fire inside. Players need to gather branches to start the fire before the storm sets in. In addition, the players can also use the first to roast some meat to gain some warmth.

In order to get Arctic Mode, just ensure you’re playing the latest version of PUBG Mobile, which is 0.17.0, which released on February 23.

If you don’t have the game installed, then simply head to the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store and download it.

The developer has also added new items in this mode along with some new game-play elements. These include heaters, health packs, remote-controlled drones, and snow-mobiles.

Via: BGR India

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