PUBG Mobile: All you need to know about the new RageGear mode and how to use it best
PUBG Mobile's newly introduced RageGear mode is one of the latest additions to the game. RageGear Mode is an unique mode where players get a map to walk around and form a strategy. This mode takes a different route as it allows players to shoot or fire while they are chasing the enemy while sitting inside a vehicle.
It is a new mode and perhaps you are still trying to get used to it, but we have a solution to put you at the head of the pack. Here are some of the best tips and tricks to master the RageGear Mode:
•Selecting the right vehicle: RageGear mode gives players a chance to choose from 3 cars which is the Dacia, UAZ and Buggy. Each car has special abilities for players to select depending on their style of gameplay. The Dacia can deal with continuous damage over a distance, the UAZ is high on health and is very strong for close range battles and the Buggy is fast and efficient in terms of long-range firing.
•Selecting the right fire power: Like the vehicle selection, the mode will also allow players to select from 3 weapons to flight opponents. The RPG-7 which has a very high burst damage, but only has one bullet in its magazine, the MGL is a grenade launcher, apt for close- and long-range shooting and the M249 which has a better bullet capacity and easy to aim.
•Collecting rewards: Players need to brush-up their driving skills as there are multiple airdrops they would have to collect while they are knocking down opponents. The yellow drop with the "P" symbol is the most important reward. The team that collects 15 of those gets the chicken dinner.
•Vehicle Recovery: Vehicle Recovery is one of the most important features in the game, which players tend to neglect during high tempo moments. A drop with a repair sign can help you boost your HP and then indulge in high combat against your opponents.
•Shooting skills: A pro tip to conquer RageGear- try shooting your enemies from the back or the side. This is when your car is not under the aiming radar of the enemy. Maximum damage to the opponent can be caused while the enemy is still trying to figure out where the firing is actually coming from.