PUBG Mobile Rage Gear Mode Set To Arrive On December 11


In the last couple of weeks, there have been numerous rumors on the internet about a new mode in PUBG Mobile which will be similar to Death Race. Now the company has finally put a full stop to all the rumors by confirming the new that PUBG Mobile is soon going to receive a new mode called Rage Gear. Here are the details:

PUBG Mobile Rage Gear Mode Set To Arrive On December 11


The announcement was made on the last day of PUBG Mobile Clube Open 2019 Global Finals. PUBG Mobile officials also mentioned that the new mode will arrive on December 11, 2019, and will be rolled out globally. The announcement also suggests that the mode will be a part of EvoGround game.

In this mode, players will be equipped with a vehicle which is built for carnage. Players will only use these vehicles to take down their opponents in the gameplay. Meanwhile, players will also have weapons like Dacia, UAZ, or Buggy which will help them to destroy their enemy vehicles.

Players will be able to use the weapons which are attached to the vehicles and also they can use their guns to knockdown their enemies. As we know this mode is focused on vehicle, which means that the players are restricted to leave their car. They are supposed to take the vehicle and roam around the map to destroy enemies and be safe at the same time.

Car damage can be repaired by the repair kits crates which drive can collect on the map. These crates will be scattered across the map which will help players to survive in the match.

Meanwhile, there are reports which claim that the PUBG Mobile developers are also working on a new colorblind mode which is said to release somewhere in 2020.


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