The update includes a new desert map, new missions, a local quick team feature, and more.
The addition of the Miramar map is the big-ticket item in the latest update, which also adds several new weapons and vehicles. One of the few advantages that PUBG has over Fortnite is its variety of maps, and now that they are beginning to make their way to the mobile version of the game, it will be interesting to see how the fans react.
PATCH NOTES Miramap and more comes to iOS and Android smartphones
For the two months since release the game has received a number of updates, but arguably the biggest has now dropped on May 15th, signalling the start of Season Two. Update 0.5.0 is available to download now from both Google Play and the App Store, and it expands the game with a handful of new features, gameplay improvements, and other content. There are new Progress Missions as well which provide players with another opportunity to earn rewards after completing tasks.
According to the more detailed release notes, players can now "collect progress rewards when you reach new levels, then take on new missions". This could mean 50+, 25+ and even lower if you so choose. If you have people physically near you that also play PUBG Mobile, you can enter a six-digit code to team up with them. - Initial parachute speed increased to match the PC version. The region system will help with language-based chat channels, too. The developers have also added a "Secret Stash" that offers special discounted items. - Added sound effects for breaking doors.
Girl, 11, killed when tree falls on vehicle in Newburgh
A severe storm brought lightning, storm clouds and destructive winds to parts of Pennsylvania, New York and CT on May 15. An 11-year-old girl was crushed to death during a massive storm that pounded the northeast on Tuesday, authorities say.