PUBG Mobile will donate funds to battle COVID-19 primarily based on how far gamers run within the sport. This new in-game donation drive has been organised in partnership with humanitarian support organisation Direct Relief. The “Running Challenge For Donation” in-game problem will permit particular person gamers to take part and contribute to the worthy trigger. The in-game occasion goes on until July 28 and all gamers’ sprinting distance within the sport shall be added to the server milestone corresponding to a greenback donation by PUBG Mobile. Developed by Tencent Games, the cellular sport lately bought Royal Pass Season 14 which comes with new rewards and subscription plans.
PUBG Mobile took to Twitter to announce its partnership with Direct Relief to spearhead this donation drive. The firm has began the server-wide operating problem with an official donation of $1 million (roughly Rs. 7.5 crore) already made by PUBG Mobile, and each gamers sprinting distance in-game shall be added to the server milestone corresponding to a greenback donation. The milestone tracker shall be rising as gamers run extra in-game. The precise quantity of donation shall be introduced after the occasion is over.
Apart from this in-game occasion, Direct Relief has additionally created a devoted area for all PUBG Mobile neighborhood members to donate each time they need to. The firm says that ‘all donations will instantly contribute to assist Direct Relief’s emergency response to COVID-19 world wide.’
PUBG Mobile lately launched the Royal Pass Season 14: Spark the Flame. It brings new multi-formed gear skins and improved degree rewards. It additionally introduced collaboration with Google to assist Android customers enrol in Royal Pass Season 14 by way of a Prime subscription service that unlocks unique participant advantages. A latest PUBG Mobile replace additionally introduced alongside the brand new Nordic-style map referred to as Livik. The map is 2km x 2km in dimension, and options matches that final almost 15 minutes. There is an unique new car, the Monster Truck; and two unique weapons, the P90 SMG, and the Mk 12 marksman rifle.
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