Fury Of The Wasteland Teased For 9 November In PUBG Mobile, Check Out

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There is a new enhancement coming to PUBG Mobile on 9 November. Now, there seems to be another name to this update, “Fury of the Wasteland”. Check out now.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:
Fury of the wasteland

There is a new enhancement coming to PUBG Mobile on 9 November. This is the Royale Pass Season 10. Now, there seems to be another name to this update, “Fury of the Wasteland”. PUBG Mobile has been extensively teasing this new aspect that is slated to seed in a few hours from now.  

PUBG Mobile's new enhancements on 9 November

PUBG Mobile has also hinted that this new enhancement would be a different take on survival and conquering, requiring players to keep all heir medicinal kits and weapons geared up. This tease by PUBG Mobile comes at a time when official details regarding the Season 10 update are yet to officially surface. Check out this teaser below, along with that of reaction from players regarding enhancements in PUBG Mobile in the current scheme of things. 

 

 

 

 

 

These aspects join the list of current major updates such as the likes of the Update 0.15.0 and the Payload Mode. These introduce much-needed refreshes to the game. Newer aspects introduced include the likes of Ledge Grab, Desert Eagle Pistol, BRDM-2 tank, helicopters, and the ability to use heavy machinery. Here, weapons such as rocket launchers and gas cans could be used to wreak havoc on enemies. 

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