PUBG Mobile: Most common mistakes newbies make while playing

PUBG Mobile: Most common mistakes newbies make while playing

While PUBG Mobile fans have a lot of time in hand right now to play their favourite battle royale, the lockdown is also the perfect opportunity for a lot of new players to get used to the game. PUBG Mobile recently marked their 2nd anniversary and while many players might have already mastered the game to a point where they have their strategies in place even before logging into the game, there are some common and silly mistakes which are made by both noob (newbies, in case you didn't know) and experienced players as well.
While everyone has a different style of gameplay, here are some important tips to help players avoid these mistakes and perform better:
You get spotted first, you get shot at first- this pretty much sums up the gameplay on any map in PUBG Mobile. While loading up, the right kind of guns and ammo is important, but what's also critical is to stay low and out of the enemy's line of sight for as long as you can.
So camouflaging could actually be your key to earn that majestic Chicken Dinner. Players must select their outfit according to the kind of map they are choosing. For Erangel and Sanhok it might be green or any dark colour, Miramar would require something brown and faded, while for Vikendi you can go full white.
Always lookout for the Safe Zone
Players once jump off the plane tend to get busy with the entire looting process. There are times when you don't get enough loot and houses are yet to be visited. A pro would always keep a car ready on the ground and keep looking at the map and keep an eye on the time as well.
Choose the Marksman
Unclear communications can lead to multiple confusions and once you're in the game you want things to be smooth and clear. A squad should only have one marksman who would mark locations on the map for others to follow.
Multiple pins on the map can sometimes result in massive confusions and can be a reason for your defeat. Imagine a situation where your squad wants to go to Mylta and the pin is on Mylta Power!
Even professional players lack these basic manners of closing the door. A 100 people land on a map and there are chances a clan might have landed in a neighboring town that is visible from the place your squad is looting. All it takes is a pro player with an 8X or 6X scope to notice the open doors and before your squad realises you're under attack. Lack of basic manners can sometimes compromise your squads' position.

Unlike old-generation action games PUBG Mobile does not notify users to reload their gun if they are low on ammo. Another popular mistake players make is - after an action packed fight, they forget to reload their gun.
What happens next is they spot an enemy and straight up indulge in a fight only to realise they don't have bullets in their gun to retaliate. A popular streamer once died because he did not reload, so you know what to do?

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