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PUBG Mobile Lite 0.17.0 update with ‘Payload Mode’ rolls out

PUBG Mobile Lite finally gets Payload Mode with the latest update.
PUBG Mobile Lite finally gets Payload Mode with the latest update. (PUBG Mobile Lite)

PUBG Mobile Lite’s latest update brings more features like map changes, new weapons and vehicles, and more.

PUBG Mobile Lite has rolled out a new update which brings the much awaited ‘Payload Mode’ along with more features. PUBG Mobile Lite 0.17.0 update is available to download in Google Play. The ‘Lite’ version is still not available for iOS.

PUBG Mobile Lite players will now be able to take part in Payload Mode where they can play solo or in teams of four. It comes with the all-new grenade launcher, surface-to-air missile, and new weapons. Payload Mode also brings two new vehicles which are the armored and amphibious BRDM-2 tank and helicopter.

PUBG Mobile Lite 0.17.0 also brings map changes like a new spawn island in Varenga where players can have fun. There are also new and mysterious archeological sites added around the map. As for older Spring festival content like cherry blossom trees and picnic baskets, these have been removed.

PUBG Mobile Lite is also getting some combat improvements like the ability to summon BRDM-2 tank in Classic Mode with flare guns. It has also added the Desert Eagle pistol while SMG and pistol damage have been rebalanced. The in-game reward system has also been updated with new summer beach and Ramadan themes. It is also letting new pass earners to receive extra point cards when purchasing for the first time.

More features on PUBG Mobile Lite 0.17.0 include new functions for BFF, Buddy and Bromance to emote to friends and team members. Players can unlock more emotes as synergy increases. There are bug fixes and improvements as well with the latest PUBG Mobile 0.17.0 update.

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