When Tencent Games rolled out PUBG Mobile’s 0.11.5 update, the company promised that it would soon be launching the Prime and Prime Plus subscriptions for the game too. These new subscriptions allow players to get a daily bonus of Unknown Cash and discounts.
Along with this, the subscriptions also give players the ability to purchase various items in the game using their Battle Points. The company has announced that PUBG Mobile Prime and Prime Plus subscriptions are now available in the game itself. We should mention that the subscriptions are now available on Android as well as on iOS, however, the pricing between the two are different.
PUBG Mobile players who own an Android smartphone will have to pay Rs 85 for the Prime subscription and Rs 400 for the Prime Plus subscription. Furthermore, Prime Plus will be available for Rs 850 after the first month. On iOS, the Prime subscription can be availed for Rs 79 and Rs 419 has to be paid for the Prime Plus subscription.
We should add here that after the first month, the Prime Plus subscription will be available for Rs 799. Here’s what players will get is they pay for PUBG Mobile’s Prime and Prime Plus subscriptions:
PUBG Mobile Prime subscription features
- Purchase items with Battle Points (option of seven days and 30 days)
- Collect 5 Unknown Cash (UC) daily for a total of 150 UC
PUBG Mobile Prime Plus subscription features
- Collect 20 Unknown Cash (UC) daily for a total of 600 UC
- Purchase items with Battle Points (Players can opt between seven days,3 0 days and permanent)
- Earn 10 RP points every day
- GEt daily discounts on various items
- First Classic Crate lottery every day will be off by 50%
We should mention that while PUBG Mobile’s 0.11.5 update is still getting additions, the beta for the game‘s 0.12.0 update is also being rolled out to users. It reportedly comes with a number of new features like a new mode called Darkest Night, the ability to take companions into battle to earn cosmetic items.
Other new additions that are a part of PUBG Mobile’s 0.12.0 update are jumping zombies, zombie dogs, liquid nitrogen grenades and a new menu section that is being called as MugenSpace or Infinity. The new section replaces the Events mode on PUBG Mobile. The size of PUBG Mobile’s 0.12.0 beta update is reported to be 1.8GB on Android, so when a stable update rolls out, it should have a similar size too.
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