PUBG Mobile Beta Updated With New Map ‘Fourex’, Vehicle and Weapons

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PUBG Mobile has seen some great updates recently which have improved various mechanics over the last few months. Now, according to the 0.19.0 Beta version, PUBG Mobile is supposed to undergo the following new changes:

New Map Update – ‘Fourex’

PUBG MOBILE UPDATE
PUBG MOBILE UPDATE

Miramar 2.0 update is not even a month old and now Tencent is giving hints about the arrival of a new map. The new update is available over the Beta version of the game. According to various sources, the map will be a combination of the terrain of all the 4 maps i.e. Erangle, Sanhok, Vikendi, and Miramar. The map is supposed to have the name ‘Fourex’ just because it consists of all the 4 maps. It also has a waterfall to add a drastic look to the map.

New Vehicle – Monster Truck

MONSTER TRUCK
MONSTER TRUCK

Another new feature added in the 0.19.0 Beta version of PUBG Mobile is the addition of ‘Monster Truck’. The vehicle is available on other games like Free Fire. When the vehicle is added to the PUBG mobile garage, then it will turn out to be one of the biggest vehicles in the game.

New Weapon – SPAS 12

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Apart from the changes in map and vehicles, the Beta version was upgraded with the inclusion of a new weapon i.e. ‘SPAS 12’. One of the deadliest close range weapons is about to arrive in the PUBG Mobile Inventory.

So, the above-mentioned content has arrived over the new beta update. We don’t know yet whether any of these will make it to the official global update that is soon to follow. Looking at the pattern Tencent follows, we can expect the arrival of the new update by the end of 2020.

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Hrishav Bhattacharya
Gaming enthusiast, here on this platform to geek about the latest developments in the world of mobile gaming.

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