PUBG Mobile 0.15.0 To Come With New Halloween Mode, Weapons, And Other Cool Content Items

Tomorrow, on October 16th, PUBG Mobile 0.15.0 update is due to come out. The new version of the famous Battle Royale game for mobiles will bring a new Halloween mode, more weapons, as well as other cool content items. Also, the brand-new Payloadmode would roll out along with PUBG Mobile 0.15.0.

Before proceeding with the details on the novelties that would come out with PUBG Mobile 0.15.0, note that PUBG Mobile was offline between 12 AM UTC to 7 AM UTC, today. After the maintenance, PUBG Mobile returned online. The update will come out on October 16th. Players have to make sure that they have enough space on their devices since the new version would weigh a little under 2 Gb.

As per PUBG Mobile official site, “other enhancements: characters can now leap in mid-air to reach previously inaccessible places; new vehicles such as the amphibious BRDM-2 and helicopters have been added to make traveling more mobile; exploding fuel drums are now in the game for laying traps.”

What will PUBG Mobile 0.15.0 bring?

The most crucial additions in PUBG Mobile 0.15.0 will be the new Payloadmode and Halloween mode, and the launch of the Desert Eagle to the game. Also, M16A4, Vector, UMP45, and MK47Mutant will get some tunings. The Payloadmode, for its part, would come with new weapons, including RPG-7, M3E1-A, M79 Grenade Launcher, MGL Grenade Launcher, and M134 Minigun.

But that’s not all. With the PUBG Mobile 0.15.0 update, gamers will be able to fly helicopters and repair their damaged vehicles. Also, they can climb buildings and other structures in the game to reach before-inaccessible locations. The new version also brings double-jump. We will be able to perform that but tapping on the jump key and then, once again, while in midair.

Exploding barrels and the BRDM-2 Amphibious Armored Vehicle will also become available on all the maps in the game. Accordingly, many novelties await us in PUBG Mobile 0.15.0 update that would launch tomorrow, October 16.

Ben Johnson

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