PUBG Mobile Fury Of Wasteland Update Involves Apocalypse, Check Out

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Players are even required to survive an apocalypse while dealing with the update. PUBG Mobile update 0.15.5 is now seeding to players in India. Check out.

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PUBG Mobile update 0.15.5 is now seeding to players in India. Here, players would be checking out the Fury of the Wasteland enhancement. A key aspect here is that players are even required to survive an apocalypse while dealing with the update.

PUBG Mobile Royale Pass Season 10

Now, PUBG Mobile has teased the above aspect officially. Gauging the teaser, it is evident that there would be desert-like settings. Check out this aspect below. Also, it is clear that the desert, though harsh and fierce, would offer bonus aspects such as trophies. There could be hidden elements as well. These deserve a total real-world exploration in-game. Players could resort to this now.  However, players seem to be not too happy with the Royale Pass Season 10 enhancements. In this regard, also check out additional reactions from players with respect to the Season 10.

 

 

 

At this juncture, the new Update 0.15.5 also introduces newer aspects such as the improved UI for Royale Pass, the MPS5K gun, and Zima that replaces UAZ in Vikendi. Then, there is the new lady Sara whos is also a vehicle engineer. Finally, the update 0.15.5 also joins the likes of the Payload Mode and Update 0.15.0 that introduced much needed improvements to the battle-royale title. 

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