How to Go First Person in PUBG Mobile

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Gone are the days when people shouted “PC master race!” in the streets. While there are many PC gaming supremacists still around, mobile gaming has irrefutably taken over the gaming scene, proven by its growing popularity and success in its games year after year.

One of the most successful genres in mobile gaming is the Battle Royale genre. Popular titles include Fortnite, COD Mobile, and the very addictive PUBG Mobile. PUBG Mobile is traditionally seen as a third-person Battle Royale shooter, but it is possible for players to make the switch to first-person mode.

If you are one of those people dying to experience PUBG Mobile in first-person, then you’re in the right place. Read on below to find out how to go first person in PUBG Mobile!

How to Switch From Third Person to First Person Mode in PUBG Mobile

The process for changing your gameplay to a first-person perspective is very simple. Follow the exact steps below:

  1. Go to the game’s main menu.
  2. Tap on Select Mode.
  3. Choose between TPP (Third Person Perspective) or FPP (First Person Perspective)

Once you select FPP, get in-game to notice that you are now playing through a first-person perspective!

Do note that in first-person mode, you will have a limited perspective, leading you to be unable to see around corners, ledges, or behind you with the camera like you would in a third-person perspective.

That is all you need to know on how to go first person in PUBG Mobile! If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below!

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