Regardless of whether or not you are new to PUBG Mobile, or have been playing the game since it was released, you will likely have come across bots in the game. You may not instantly know that they are bots, but you will have interacted with them and either killed or have been killed by one.
We’re going to look at how you can recognize bots and what you need to do to decrease the number of bots within a game.
Step 1: First of all, you’re going to need to be able to spot a bot in the game. Unfortunately, rather than coming with a huge sign on their head to distinguish them from real human players, bots instead have certain tell-tale characteristics. If you spot a combination of the below, then you likely have yourself an in-game PUBG Mobile bot:
- Weapons: Bots within the game will typically only be carrying one weapon. They are bots after all so they don’t need to be loaded with weapons of destruction.
- Awareness: Bots within the game always seem to have a sixth-sense, meaning that as soon as you have them in your vision or line-of-sight, they will immediately be aware of your presence.
- Behavior and loot: Bots, in all honesty, are prone to a bit of stupidity. So, if you see a character with one gun, who always knows where you are, and who appears to be acting rather erratically and can’t seem to successfully aim or shoot you, then you have yourself a bot. Oh, and once you inspect the corpse, it will have more goodies than it visually appeared to have before you struck it down.
Step 2: In terms of removing bots from the game, this isn’t a simple solution which comes in the form of a button, option, or toggle switch. The trick here is to continue playing the game and take your character on a leveling up mission. Once you move yourself up out of the Bronze bracket then the number of bots appearing in a game should noticeably decrease. You should also only notice that these bots appear in the early-mid part of the game.
So, there you have it. PUBG Mobile has bots. That’s just a fact of life and something that you are going to have to deal with until you level-up beyond that point.
It also means that you can recognize a bot based on its behavior and appearance, using the tips outlined above, and either opt to steer clear of the bot or to end its artificial life and collect its loot.
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