PUBG v0.15.0 adds ledge grab, helicopter, and a new Survive Till Dawn Halloween’ Mode

Another huge PUBG update went live on October 16 that adds tonnes of features and a special mode just in time for the holidays. But to add these multitudes of features, PUBG Mobile underwent maintenance for a few hours. Read on find out what exactly this update has in stores for the players.

PUBG v0.15.0 adds ledge grab, helicopter, and a new Survive Till Dawn Halloween' Mode

PUBG Mobile v0.15.0 finally introduces a helicopter that will let players fly it which makes fighting the enemies much easier, mid-air. And those whose team members keep dying, you can now collect the IDs of the dead teammates and revive them at the Communication Tower (seen in other Battle Royale modes in Apex Legends and Call of Duty). Neat, right? The catalog of weapons has also increased as RPG-7, M3E1-A, M79 Grenade Launcher, MGL Grenade Launcher, and M134 Mini-gun were added. There’s the ‘Vehicles Repair Pack’ feature that players can use to call an airstrike and also fix damages to their vehicle.

The extraordinary addition in this update is the new EvoGround mode, known as Payload Mode that will introduce heavy weapons such as RPGs, grenade launchers, and a minigun that will be available to players in Super Weapon Crates. Keep in mind that Payload Mode won’t be immediately available with the 0.15.0 update but will go live sometime after the update has been rolled out.

Tencent Games have updated the Survive Till Dawn mode with a twist of Halloween theme. It features skybox, background objects, and Halloween-themed monsters. Moreover, after killing the zombies, players will get their hands on some new biowarfare equipment.

The newest update also brings improved graphics, optimized performance with smoothness on lower-end devices. Players who update the game before October 22 will receive Parachute Trail x 1 and 2,000 BP.


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