PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds – PUBG is one of the hottest game online. Everybody wants to master it. This game not only requires accuracy but strategic mind too.
Here are some tips and tricks to perform better in PUBG
#1 Choose the landing area carefully. You can find the best weapons and armors in the military base, power plant, or the various major towns
#2 Focus in loot first – Pickup any available weapon, armor and medical supplies as fast as possible to better up the chance of survival.
#3 Always keep an eye on the map. Be very aware about your surroundings and everybody is looking to hunt down someone.
#4 Sprint speed will be better off your weapon. Press X on PC to put away your weapons.
#5 Press B key or left on the d-pad on a console to toggle your rate of fire.
#6 There are three types of aiming. Hip fire, a more accurate hip-fire (holding right mouse-button), and aiming-down-sights (‘ADS’, by tapping right mouse-button). You’ll also be able to change the settings to go straight to ADS by holding right-click rather than toggling it on/off.
#7 All doors in the game start closed. If a door is open, someone’s been there. If you leave a door open, you’re telling the world you’ve been there too.
#8 Figure out which way the door swings inwards into your room if you’re camping inside a building. Hide to the side of the door that it opens, so players need to come in, turn around, and shut the door to actually spot you, giving you the edge to kill them before they do.
#9 Higher the fall more will be the damage. Stop jumping here and there unnecessarily!
#10 Hold ‘Alt’ or hold RB on Xbox to look around without moving – great if you’re camping, and also while falling from the plane.
#11 You can dive underwater by holding ‘C’ while swimming (B on Xbox), and rise to the surface by holding ‘Space’ (A on Xbox).
#12 Control motorbikes in the air by holding down ‘Space’ + ‘Left Ctrl’.
#13 Healing items are mapped to ‘7’, ‘8’, ‘9’, and ‘0’ by default – you don’t need to open your inventory screen to use them. On Xbox, this is by holding down on the d-pad, and you can tap to change the active consumable.
#14 Toggle seats in a vehicle with ‘Ctrl+1/2/3/4/5/6’, with ‘Ctrl+1’ taking you to the driving seat. On Xbox, this is tapping A, or holding for the driver seat.
#15 On PC, you can auto-sprint by pressing ‘=’
#16 Use a vehicle’s handbrake for a more aggressive turn or break with ‘Space’ or the Y button on Xbox.
#17 Watch your bullet drop while aiming by holding ‘Left Mouse-Button’ to shoot instead of tapping it.
#18 You can shoot the M16 like a rapid-firing automatic weapon by using its burst fire mode, controlling the recoil and timing your clicks perfectly to do seriously fast DPS.
#19 You can shoot the M16 like a rapid-firing automatic weapon by using its burst fire mode, controlling the recoil and timing your clicks perfectly to do seriously fast DPS.
#20 There are only two ways to heal yourself back to 100 per cent – the very rare Medkit, which instantly heals you to 100 per cent after 10 seconds, and ‘boost’ items like Energy Drinks and Painkillers, which will heal you over time.
#21 If someone starts attacking you with their bare hands, always fight it out. If you can land a headshot or two you can win the fight even if they get a headstart on working you over!
#22 If you know a fight is coming, or need to sprint across a dangerous open area, use a ‘boost’ item like Painkillers or Energy Drinks, as the healing over time and extra speed can be crucial.
#23 Trees aren’t great cover. A forest is good visual cover if you need to move long-ish distances, but it’s easy to forget that hiding behind a narrow tree still leaves you exposed on three sides – and your vision’s heavily impared by the trunk in front of you anyway. Use them as a last resort!
#24 When you get to the final three, if you’re undiscovered, stay that way. Don’t engage unless the kill is absolutely guaranteed, because the other two could easily wound and/or kill each other without you needing to risk death yourself. They’ll also give away their positions in the process, which means you, of course, know where they are for the final face off.
Best of luck getting those Chicken Dinners!