Fans of the popular, although perhaps not as popular as it once was, battle royale shooter PUBG Mobile will be pleased to learn that it would seem the version 0.6.0 update is on its way, giving mobile users worldwide the chance to play the update after it spent the last few days in beta form.
That beta went global on June 9th and now just a few days later the official PUBG Mobile Twitter account saw fit to tease the update and although no release date was given, we can only imagine it is not too far around the corner.
As much as it’s great news to learn that the update is coming to everyone, presumably soon, it is still some ways behind the current Chinese version of the game which currently sits at a lofty version 0.7.1. That doesn’t mean that there is nothing worth looking forward to here though, because there most certainly is.
Chief among the new features to keep an eye out for is the new first-person shooting mode which allows gamers to look directly down the barrel of their chosen weapon and take the opponents out from a perspective which is currently simply not available outside of China or that aforementioned beta release. A new Arcade mode that dumps 100 players into a 4×4 map is also included, giving PC gamers something that should immediately feel familiar.
While this update is not a huge one it is definitely one that gamers should look forward to sinking their teeth into, and we expect it to be landing in the next few days or so. Then the countdown resets and we look forward to the next release of what continues to be one of the best supported mobile games out there.