PUBG Mobile Servers Off For Maintenance Soon, For Update 0.15.0

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PUBG Mobile servers would go offline very soon from now. This is to ready the docks for the arrival of the Update 0.15.0 that is also called ledge grab update.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:
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PUBG Mobile servers would go offline very soon from now. This would be on 15 October, for maintenance. This is to ready the docks for the arrival of the Update 0.15.0 that is also called ledge grab update. During this period, make sure to back up all your game data. Save game progress as and when you complete levels.  

Arrival of Update 0.15.0 to PUBG Mobile

This maintenance activity would bring the update 0.15.0 to PUBG Mobile. For the uninitiated, players would not be able to access the game for the entire duration of this maintenance activity. The new update – ledge grab update, weighs in at a bulky 1.76 GB for Android and a bulkier 1.98 GB for iOS platforms. You should also need to maintain these storage spaces within your smartphones. Otherwise, the update would not seed and whatever seeds would also go waste. You would need to clear your data and reinstall the update again. This would be a colossal waste of time and internet data. At this juncture, netizens (twitterati) cannot seem to wait for the update. Check out some hilarious reactions, to PUBG Mobile’s official announcement, below: 

 

 

 

As far as new feature sare concerned, there is the ledge grab feature, the ability to ride helicopters, payload mode that lets you use heavy weaponry to inflict maximum damage on opponents. There could even be a new Halloween theme, in tandem with the usual performance enhancements/bug fixes within the Update 0.15.0 to PUBG Mobile. 

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