New Vehicles In PUBG Mobile Updates Leave Players Spoilt For Choice

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With PUBG Mobile now having received a multitude of newer updates, there are naturally multiple vehicles to choose from as well. These offer protection as well.

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With PUBG Mobile now having received a multitude of newer updates, there are naturally multiple vehicles to choose from as well. These offer players a potentially effective experience.In this regard, it only becomes natural that players are spoilt for choice with respect to choosing vehicles.

Vehicles in PUBG Mobile

Now, it seems like players have been indeed spoilt for choice with respect to deciding the best vehicle in PUBG Mobile, for now. Even PUBG Mobile, through Twitter, has attempted to add more spice to this potential confusion. Check these updates out, below.


 


 

 

With respect to the above, for the uninitiated, it is also worth remmebring that the recent Update 0.15.0 introduced teh BRDM-2 tank. This is amphibious and can operate both in land and water. This has a better protection rate - meaning it's enclosure is stronger compared to earlier avatars (in earlier updates). This also classifies as an effective vehicle in PUBG Mobile, for now. Then, there are teh conventional cars that do their biot to keep players moving, rather than expose them to enemies and opponents. These offer seemingly gpood hifing spots for players to take potshots at enemies. Do check this out.

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