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PUBG Mobile Lite winter update global version new teaser revealed

Danny Peterson



PUBG Mobile Lite winter update global version new teaser revealed

The winter season for PUBG Mobile lite has been finally out. The developers released three beta versions before the actual update. The new Pubg lite winter update is based on the winter season theme and players will able to experience the new gameplay from November 19 to the end of December 2020.

PUBG Lite 0.20.0 Winter Update new features 

Winter update 1.0.0 brings some new amazing feature to the popular Battle royal game.

Christmas Themed Lobby

Once the players install the new update. Players will have access to the new Christmas themed lobby. Christmas tree decorated with beautiful lights, colorful shiny balls, and Santa hats in the back represents the famous upcoming Christmas Festival.

New Snow locations in Varenga Map

A new area is added in Varenga Map named Winter Castle which features an ice castle, snow tower, and Snowy Mountains. The new snow areas are limited and symbolize winter. In the winter castle, players can explore and get multiple loots in the form of weapons, grenades, medicine kits, and numerous gun attachments.  A frozen throwable egg feature has also added.


Winner Rank Pass Adjustments

Previously, the limit of the winner rank pass was level 30 but now it is increased up to level 40. This means that players can now get the rewards up to level 40 after purchasing the Winner Rank Pass. Season 18 winner rank pass is ending on 29th November. Players will get this update in Season 19 winner rank pass starting from 1st Dec.

Increased Daily Missions

In the past players were limited to only complete 3 daily missions in 24 hours. Now players can complete an unlimited number of Daily missions. After completing a single daily mission, refresh it and you will get a new daily mission to get more rewards.

PUBG Lite Overall Improvements

Overall improvements have been made to remove any hacks and problems. Players will experience enhanced gameplay and better quality with limited new features.

Danny is a senior writer at Techarim, where he covers smartphones and gaming news. Previously, he worked as a tech writer at Adweek, a senior editor at the tech blog VentureBeat, and a local government reporter at the Hollister Free Lance.

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