PUBG Mobile Season 7: Here’s everything we know about it

Alonzo Simpson
May 18, 2019

A new update to PUBG Mobile, the Android and iOS edition of Battle Royale spearhead PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, reminds its players under the age of 18 to limit their gaming time.

With the release of the update, PUBG Mobile has also surpassed 100 million monthly active players worldwide, excluding China according to App Annie.

PUBG Mobile Season 7 is expected to begin on May 17. The update brings tons of changes on board along with the all-new Season 7. As per the update patch notes released by the company, the 0.12.5 update brings a new feature called "EZ Misson License" which allows users to unlock and play challenges one week in advance. It also brings free mission cards every week.

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The update also introduces the players to Skorpion, a semi-automatic machine pistol, which utilises 9mm rounds. Tencent will bring a new update for season 7. Additionally, a new set of character beards and parachute trails have been added.

This new feature comes after months of scrutiny in which parents said their children played PUBG Mobile too much. With the new system in place, a pop-up notification will alert players of just how long they've been playing PUBG Mobile. The gun will be available in all the existing maps. These include the return of the subscription feature, the addition of new category tabs, which can be found in the in-game shop.

To reduce lags and the language barrier for players in the Middle East, Tencent Games has also added a number of new servers dedicated to handling Middle Eastern players. In some countries, the Royale Pass Season 7 has gone live to the users, but in India, it will only go live tomorrow morning.

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