PUBG Mobile 1.0 version with Erangel 2.0 starts rolling out
PUBG Mobile's latest update brings a major overhaul to the game along with the revamped Erangel 2.0 map.
PUBG Mobile has started rolling out its 1.0 update along with Erangel 2.0. The new update brings a major overhaul to the game with visual changes, system improvements and a revamped map.
The new PUBG Mobile update can be downloaded from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. With this update PUBG Mobile developers promise the “most authentic and immersive experience on mobile”. Players will notice changes in their characters, main lobby lights and environments as well. Actions such as parachuting, sprinting, and throwing will also offer a more captivating battle royale experience.
Update 1.0 and New Erangel is now being rolled out on Google Play and the iOS App Store 💥! Lock, load, and get ready to discover a New Era 🛫 .— PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) September 8, 2020
In PUBG Mobile 1.0, areas like the vegetation, sky and water are getting more texture quality. PUBG Mobile has also improved interactions, visuals, motions and sound effects in this update. The interface will also come with visual technology elements along with new colour tones of dawn cyan, smoke grey, hope white and victory yellow.
This update also brings the much-awaited Erangel 2.0. Some of the hottest locations in Erangel like the Sosnovka Military Base, the Mansion, Mylta Power and Quarry Prison are getting a visual makeover. Georgopol is also getting seven new warehouses. Ernagel is also getting trenches, wooden barricades and abandoned tanks, and more basements in some buildings as well so that players will have more access to finding loot.
This is probably the biggest PUBG Mobile update so far, and sadly players in India will not be able to experience it since it has to be downloaded via the app stores. PUBG Mobile was removed from the Play Store and the App Store last week shortly after it was banned in India. The game can still be played for those who had it installed on their devices.