New PUBG Mobile Update 0.10.0 is Here. Know What’s New

December 24, 2018 | 147 views

PUBG has managed to become one of the best and most played games of 2018. With 87 Million players coming online every day to fight and fight with players from around the globe, Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds is constantly evolving to not just keep the 227 Million average monthly active users hooked but bring an increase in the count while retaining its position at the top in 2019.To ensure that the gamers remain addicted to the game every waking hour, new PUBG mobile updates are made almost on a seasonal basis by Bluehole, the PUBG parent company.While PUBG Mobile Season 4 was rolled out only a month ago,  keeping up with the tradition, another PUBG Mobile update has been announced – PUBG Mobile 0.10.0 update.

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