driving in PUBG Mobile is easy to learn, but like real driving, difficult to master. Vehicle handling can vary greatly from type to type, so be careful when driving. Simply put: not all cars are created equal.
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PUBG Mobile – Vehicle Tips
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This page contains PUBG vehicle and driving tips and strategies for the team working on PlayerUknown’s Battlegrounds and PUBG Mobile.
PUBG Mobile Survival Guide – Vehicle & Driving Tips
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This is the second installment in our PUBG Mobile Survival Guide Series. Last week, we shared with you some tips and tricks for surviving the game’s violent opening moments. This week’s everyone’s favorite nightmare: welcome to Driver’s Ed, everyone. Let’s go over some of the rules of the battle royale road.
Find the right car
PUBG Mobile is littered with vehicles, but most of them are abandoned and too damaged to drive. Learn the visual profiles of vehicles that can be driven so you don’t waste time.
Certain vehicles lend themselves to certain situations. Motorcycles and buggies can offer pleasant speed and handling, but leave the driver and passengers more exposed to enemy fire. More armored vehicles like the VW Bus and Jeep keep those inside safer, but could be more dangerous in … other ways.
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Driving in PUBG is easy to learn, but like real driving, difficult to master. Vehicle handling can vary greatly from type to type, so be careful when driving. Simply put: not all cars are created equal.
PUBG uses a physics engine which can make your car react realistically over rough and unstable terrain, so be careful: you will eventually take off. If you’re not good at bumps, stay between the lines and stay on the road for a (usually) smoother ride. Try pressing the arrow buttons while driving to make smaller, more precise adjustments to your car’s steering. Need to do a quick 180? Give it the good old thumbs up.
Deer in the headlights
As a general rule, your best instinct would tell you to avoid driving directly at someone. This is not the case in PUBG – hitting another player with your vehicle will result in a quick and easy kill.