The 0.15.0 update has been rolled out for PUBG Mobile Lite. In this new update, players will also receive a Team Deathmatch mode. In order to help users offer rapid-fire chicken dinner in this game, the company has added this mode to PUBG Mobile Lite through updates. In addition, the new update will also provide a number of new powerful weapons to the players. That helps make gaming feel much better than before. Let’s say PUBG Mobile Lite update has become available on google play store and can go there and download it.
Talking about Deathmatch mode, it divides players into two different teams during feature gaming and sends it to the compact warehouse map for competition. Players also get firearms including M416, SCAR-L, and Kar98. These firearms will be available at Spawn Point. Players during gaming will have to eliminate their enemies to score the most points in limited timelines. In addition, high-level equipment such as three armor, helmet, M249 light machine and RPG-7 rocket launcher will also be available.
The new features added to the 0.15.0 update rolled out for PUBG Mobile Lite will help players enhance and improve the gaming experience. Talking about new weapons added to the update, players will get three more powerful weapons to avoid additional desks. These include mk47 Rifle, a 7.62mm 20-round Marxman rifle. One rifle will be on all maps. It offers single-fire or burst mode and can be equipped with multiple attachments.
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Let’s say PUBG Lite is a free version of PC GAMING in India and is available to download it from Google Play Store and Apple App Store. It has been introduced especially for devices that come with low budget and low processor. So that users can enjoy PUBG Mobile even in their low-budget smartphones.
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