PUBG Mobile has introduced, not one, but two different subscription plans that will allow players to earn Unknown Cash (UC) and grants the ability to use Battle Points (BP) on in-game purchases and some more goodies.
The subscriptions come in two tiers, Prime and Prime Plus, and cost $0.99/month and $4.99/month respectively.
The basic Prime tier offers will give players 5 UC a day and the ability to use BP to make in-game purchases. The move expensive Prime Plus offers 20 UC daily, the chance to use BP on in-game purchases, but it also grants discounts on in-game loot and items every day. That’s not all, Prime Plus members will also receive 10 Royale Points per day and a 50% discount in entering the Classic Crate Dialy Lottery.
PUBG Mobile still remains free-to-play, meaning you don’t have to purchase either subscription, but for avid fans and players this subscriptions could be worth it.
What is PUBG Mobile?
It’s a competitive third-person shooter that pits you against 99 other players in a battle for the last man standing. Starting out with nothing, you’ll need to find supplies, arm yourself, and head into the fray as the environment around you gets smaller and smaller as time goes on.
How do I play?
The goal of PUBG Mobile is to be the last person alive in the match, which could have as many as 99 other players.
When you start the game, you fall from the sky with a wingsuit and a parachute and land somewhere on the giant island tasked with finding items, guns, and ammo to defend yourself and take out other players. Of course, every couple of minutes, the map gets smaller, forcing all the remaining players to converge on a specific part of the map. This forces players out of hiding and ensures that the game will end because eventually, the map gets so small that there’s not anywhere to hide.
You can only carry so many guns and items at once, and once you die, you’re out of the game, meaning you’ll have to manage your loadout and equipment fairly often to give yourself the best chance of survival.
Is it cross-platform?
As of right now, PUBG Mobile is not cross-platform, meaning you’ll only be able to play with people who have the game on their iOS devices.