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PUBG Mobile 0.13.5 Update Now Live; Introduces New Reward And Ranking System And More

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A new update is now live for PUBG Mobile, introducing plenty of new content as well as new features and improvements.

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Update 0.13.5 introduces, among other things, a new season system, the PP-19 weapon, new Royale Pass and more.

You can catch the full update notes below.

New Weapon PP Bizon 19: A new gun SMG is introduced in PUBG Mobile update 0.13.5 which uses 9MM ammo and can hold up to 53 rounds in a single magazine. This weapon can be equipped with scopes and muzzle attachments and all the accessories available for SMG.

Season Interface changed: Season interface has been redesigned to make it more intuitive and fancier.

New classic mode result interface: Classic mode results screen has been adjusted. Rating and Tier changes are now more visible on the screen.

New Reward System: Rewards will now be automatically sent to players at the end of the Season.

New Ranking System: In the new ranking system, their will be bigger impact of kill points on tier ranking.

New outfit reward: Rewards will now be automatically sent to players at the end of the Season.

New Tier Icons: Tier icons have given a brand new look in this new update.

New FPS setting: The High Frame Rate option has been added to HDR mode for some high-end devices.

Tier Promotion Interface: Tier promotion messaging has been improved. Division promotions within a tier will not be shown in the lobby. Tier promotions will get a fancier display.

No more impact on Gold rank players: The players having gold or lower tier will be moved to same tier in the next season.

Other Improvements: Title visual effects have been tuned.Some mythic outfits are now shown with weapons drawn.Fixed the bug where players could not move the avatars of their teammates in Team Deathmatch

PUBG Mobile is now available on iOS and Android in all regions.

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Francesco De Meo
Francesco has been writing about video games and the video games industry for almost a decade, focusing on all aspects of the industry. Having always loved handheld gaming, he joined TouchTapPlay in 2013 to cover mobile gaming and, later on, the Nintendo Switch console, which is today his most played console.