September 26, 2021

PUBG Mobile new beta brings in ‘Metro Royale’ mode

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PUBG Mobile had recently announced they were working with Metro Exodus. In  a recent 1.1 beta patch update, a new Metro Royale mode has been revealed. PUBG has shared this on their Discord account.

The new patch includes new maps, a pre-configured weapons and equipment loadout, a special black market place, a new weapon called Tikhar, along with some new challenges. It will also bring the winter mode. Some notable things being throwing melee weapons. The former seems to be a tool to disable vehicles, however, the option to throw items comes from the original PC version of PUBG.

The new update will bring more challenges to the old mode however, PUBG Mobile plans to bring the update with updated Metro features. Metro Exodus, the popular horror-themed first-person shooter (FPS). It’s is available on PC, PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia.

  • Metro Royale mode
    • New map: Two unique maps…
    • equipment: New Thermal Sight/Night Vision equipment and new Tikar Rifle.
    • Challenges: Introduction of Agile bandits, Special monsters and more
  • New Metro Royale non-battle system
    • New System – Mode Loadout: Equipment configured in the loadout can be brought into battle
    • System – Black Market: An exclusive Metro Royale Shop
  • Classic Mode themed gameplay
    • Winter Festival: New Winter Castle Paradise. Players can visit the Winter Festival hut and gift pine tree and more
  • Classic Mode additions and improvements
    • New item: Spike Trap
    • Players can throw or pick up melee weapons and put them back into the backpack, and more.

As per the recent leaks, Airtel and PUBG Mobile promoters are in talks to get the same available in India soon but, it would take some time and work.

Note – PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite is banned in India and we don’t Encourage Indian users to download the same. PUBG Mobile can be played by users outside India.

Source – XDA

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