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15 May 2018, 11:02 | Justin Tyler
PUBG Mobile 0.5.0 PATCH NOTES: Miramap and more comes to iOS and Android smartphones
Interestingly, the mobile version of PUBG has nabbed the Miramar map before the Xbox One version of the every-man-for-himself-shooter, while PC users have been duking it out on the map for a while now. Developed by Chinese mega-house Tencent Games, PUBG Mobile has been successful since the day it launched, and this is seemingly due to the genuine care that goes into it. This is the biggest update yet for the mobile battle royale game. In fact, a huge PUBG Mobile update just arrived with tons of new content. Miramar takes priority as the most important change included in the mobile patch since it means that players have one more map to play on while the start of Season 2 and more were also highlighted in the tweet.
The games official Twitter account posted a quick tweet that shared key highlights of the update, but even that list isn't everything you'll get from PUBG Mobile v0.5.0 starting today.
This new update is large and features progression-based missions and new weapons.
PUBG Mobile v0.5.0 improved spectator mode smoothness, striking and melee combat sounds, parachute camera smoothness, and the parachute speed matches the PC speed in-game. This is important, seeing as to how the desert map has been on PC since December 12, 2017.
Additionally, PUBG says they've added a Secret Stash, where players can purchase special discounted items. Also, you can choose your region and flag along with a language-specific chat channel, lets you chat in the language of your choice.
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