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tips tricks Mastering PlayerUnkown Battlegrounds

By Chris Tapsell Published 05/12/2017

PUBG, or PlayerUnkown's Battlegrounds to those who like to keep it official, is pretty simple on the surface, but it's a classic example of a game much deeper than it looks.

Our PUBG guide will tackle as much of that depth as possible, starting here on this page with some general and more advanced PUBG tips, along with a full list of our other PUBG guides that get into more detail on specific parts of the game.

One last note before we dive in though - remember that we have standalone pages not only for the Battlegrounds map, and spawn locations and the best places to start, but also one for how to get the most out of Battlegrounds' new first-person mode. You may also be interested to read everything we know about the new desert map coming soon.

PUBG guide to surviving until the end game

There are so many little tips and tricks worth knowing for PUBG that we've decided to compile one big ol' list of them right here, splitting them up into the relevant categories so you can choose to skip ahead, or just browse at your leisure. Before diving in though, it's worth talking a little about how to approach PUBG matches in general, especially if you're a newcomer or just looking to learn the game a little better.

PUBG is not your typical shooter. The aim is the survive after all, not to get the most kills - in fact you can win without getting a single one - so your usual shooter strategy needs to adapt.

The prevailing meta, so to speak, is stealth. In fact, many of the highest-ranking players who are aiming to compete at upcoming tournaments simply rely on 'boring' stealth strategies, like hiding offshore on boats, to see them through to the final gunfight at the end of a round. The argument goes that everyone else will kill each other anyway, so why expose yourself to the risk?

But that's not the whole story - combat, for starters, is great practise. PUBG's combat mechanics are a little odd and mastering those makes a massive difference to how many final-10 situations you'll win. Likewise, mid-game kills are a great way to take your gear from passable to excellent. And finally, if you do get spotted hiding in a bush, it helps to know how to shoot the one who found you.

The general flow of a game then is roughly as follows:

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Push 'W' to dive a little faster - but be sure to already have a destination and backup plan in mind!

PUBG tips for mastering Battlegrounds

PUBG can get a little overwhelming, especially for beginners, so here's a rundown of the basics that you need to know - and some useful stuff that it really helps to get to grips with early - before we start diving into the more advanced strategies.

Mastering the essentials: setting up and basic controls

1. Press X to put away your weapon, meaning you can sprint six per cent faster.

2. In the pre-game, take off your shoes! Barefoot running is the same speed as running with shoes, but you're noticeably quieter on most surfaces.

3. To refuel, the vehicle needs to be completely static, but you can still refuel from within the car by right-clicking the cannister in your inventory.

4. Use map markers at all times, and call out specific directions (numbers as well as North/South/East/West) when in a team.

5. You can stay in the game's voice chat, but set your own chat to party-only - occasionally you'll overhear enemy teams who forgot to set theirs to private.

6. Remember to toggle your rate of fire with B.

7. There are not two, but three types of aiming. Hip fire, a more accurate hip-fire (holding right mouse-button), and aiming-down-sights ('ADS', by tapping right mouse-button).

Mastering the essentials: strategies and priorities

8. Big towns under the flight path are dangerous places to start, but normally have better loot. For the best chance of success, find small clusters of buildings right at the edge of parachuting range, or use one of the other more detailed, situational strategies to get even better loot, which you'll find in our PUBG map and the best starting locations guide.

9. The key things you want to find as soon as possible are the good-in-most-situations assault rifles (ARs), a backpack, a bulletproof vest, healing items, and a helmet - the higher level for these items, the better.

10. All doors in the game start closed. If a door is open, someone's been there. If you leave a door open, you're telling the world you've been there too.

11. There is fall damage, which occurs from jumping around two stories, with more damage the higher the fall.

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