PUBG Mobile celebrates first anniversary with multiple in-game goodies and enhancements

PUBG Mobile is now one year old, celebrating with Season 6 and update 0.11.5
PUBG Mobile is now one year old
The first anniversary of PUBG for mobile devices comes with the Season 6 Royale Pass, parties on Spawn Island with fireworks and loot crates with special rewards, randomly spawned birthday cakes, dynamic weather on Erangel and Miramar, a new vehicle (a three-wheeled bus that replaces the Jeep, Dacia, and Mini Bus), and more.
Codrut Nistor,

PUBG Mobile has been around for a year already, and the latest update — labeled 0.11.5 — is an anniversary piece of code that comes with a few special treats. In addition to the first anniversary specials, PUBG Mobile 0.11.5 also comes with Royale Pass Season 6 content.

Without further ado, these are the highlights of the PUBG Mobile 0.11.5 update:

  • Dynamic Weather is now available on Erangel and Miramar.
  • The G36C rifle was added to Vikendi, replacing the SCAR-L.
  • The Tukshai three-wheeled bus replaces the Dacia, Jeep, and Mini Bus on Sanhok.
  • Weekly challenges now award more points and they can be collected with a single tap.
  • Birthday parties on Spawn Island with fireworks and crates containing anniversary rewards to collect during matches.
  • Randomly spawned birthday cakes.
  • Multiple tweaks and fixes.

PUBG Mobile is available for both Android and iOS. Depending on your region, the update might not show up in Google Play and Apple's App Store yet. Feel free to drop a comment with your location and the status of this update in the comments section. In Romania, for example, the 0.11.5 update is not up yet.


Official PUBG on mobile (Patch Notes 0.11.5)

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Codrut Nistor, 2019-03-22 (Update: 2019-03-22)
Codrut Nistor
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