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Samsung Galaxy A70 playing PUBG

Samsung Galaxy A70 playing PUBG

PUBG Mobile Season 7 is expected to begin on May 17.

PUBG Mobile or PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Mobile has finally received its much awaited 0.12.5 update. As noted, the Season 7 pass brings new AKM skin, helmet skin and more.

Apart from Season 7, the new update brings the new Royale Pass as well. Patch notes of the update state that the game's new version also introduces the Season 7 Royale Pass.

The update also introduces the players to Skorpion, a semi-automatic machine pistol, which utilises 9mm rounds. It also brings free mission cards every week. The gun will be available in all the existing maps.

The official PUBG Mobile Twitter handle has revealed that Season 7 will kick off with the PUBG Mobile 0.12.5 update, which is now being rolled out across the globe.

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The company has also brought some improvements and bug fixes to the game.

PUBG Mobile is now heading into Season 7 and the new Season comes with new features, weapons, and skins. Additionally, a new set of character beards and parachute trails have been added. We don't know much details about the new Ranking system yet, but it seems to improve the all over ranking by considering more variables. The update now also allows the users to purchase in-game items using their BP's (Battle Points).

The update will be available via Play Store by 2 am UTC tomorrow which is 7:30 PM IST.

As the rollout of this new system continues, PUBG Corporation said it is also going to launch initiatives to educate players about the system while keeping up with user feedback to make the addition as positive as possible.

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