Tips To Win Battlegrounds In PUBG
There would a chance came in the game PUBG that you have no choice only fitghting with the enemies then you have to do the following things:
when you know you’re in for a fight
1. Take time to master the art of leaning, or ‘peeking’, around corners with Q and E (or clicking in the sticks on console) during combat, and note that leaning to the right (if you’re using the camera over the right shoulder) exposes less of your body than the opposite direction.
2. If you know a fight is coming, or need to sprint across a dangerous open area, use a ‘boost’ item like Painkillers or Energy Drinks, as the healing over time and extra speed can be crucial.
3. Long grass only renders at less than 150 metres away, but players render from far greater distance – which means if you’re relying on long grass as cover, a sniper can spot you easily at long range.
4. Using the Alt button (or holding RB and moving the left stick on Xbox) to look around whilst still in cover is perfect for ambushes, but beware your character model does still move a tiny bit when you release it, which can make you stand out when pretending to be a bush.
5. Loot, especially healing equipment like First Aid kits, makes for perfect bait. Leave some on the floor in the middle of a room, and enemies who enter will assume the building is safe, making them easy to quickly pick off.
6. Figure out which way the door swings inwards into your room if you’re camping inside a building. Hide to the side of the door that it opens, so players need to come in, turn around, and shut the door to actually spot you, giving you the edge to kill them before they do.
7. The opposite goes for those entering buildings to clear them – always check 360 degrees around you right after entering, and don’t assume a bit of loot means the whole thing’s safe!
8. Grenades are perfect for clearing small huts (if you can get one through the little windows) and buildings where you suspect someone is camping.
9. Save Smoke grenades though – they give away your position and the smoke renders differently for two players, so what might be obscuring your vision could be completely clear for the enemy, and vice versa. Only use for cover or distraction in emergencies.
10. ADS (aiming down sights) is generally more favourable than hip fire in almost every situation. Only rely on Shotguns and SMGs with hip-fire, as the spread is much smaller.
Advanced PUBG tips for how to win Battlegrounds in the late-game and final 10:
11. When you get to the smaller safe zones, normally around the last 10 or 15, you want to try and quickly eliminate anyone you see first – if they survive, it’s only a small area, so you’re likely to bump into them again later and there’s no guarantee they won’t get the drop on you instead.
12. There are two main strategies for how you arrive to the final zone. If you’re sure you can get there as one of the first, then do so as soon as possible and set up in a position where you know at least one flank is secure – be that a little rock, or an interior wall with no windows.
13. If you’re getting there late, it can be better to wait it out at range before making your move. Keep one eye on the blue circle, and play around the edges of the area. Someone may be watching your direction as you approach, but if the safe zone’s small, a dozen or so people are left, and you’re the furthest one away, then they’ll probably have other enemies to prioritise.
14. Your knowledge of the terrain is crucial here. Be sure to learn the map as best you can – our Erangel map, Miramar map and best PUBG loot locations guides can help with that – and consciously choose where to go for a reason, rather than on impulse.
15. If you get to a safe location early, and have some decent long-range weapons, try camping any buildings that are just outside the safe zone (by which we mean camping somewhere safe and looking at the buildings, not camping in them!) Keep a close eye on any doors and windows, and as the blue circle starts to close in, players will be forced out of hiding and into the open for you to pick off.
16. Trees aren’t great cover. A forest is good visual cover if you need to move long-ish distances, but it’s easy to forget that hiding behind a narrow tree still leaves you exposed on three sides – and your vision’s heavily impared by the trunk in front of you anyway. Use them as a last resort!
17. When you get to the final three, if you’re undiscovered, stay that way. Don’t engage unless the kill is absolutely guaranteed, because the other two could easily wound and/or kill each other without you needing to risk death yourself. They’ll also give away their positions in the process, which means you of course know where they are for the final face off.