PUBG Mobile can be an extremely addictive experience, and developer Tencent recently developed a gameplay management system that warns players if they have become too addictive to the popular battle royale game.
This gameplay management system was only available in select regions, but it has started rolling out worldwide a few hours ago. Following the introduction of this new system, players will have to confirm their ages and, if they are below 18, they will have to accept the new system, which aims to make the game enjoyable in a sustainable manner. No more all-nighters playing PUBG Mobile if you are underage.
New PUBG Mobile content has been released last month. The update introduced the Darkest Night mode, where players have to survive an entire night while fighting zombies, as well as changes to the Survive Till Dawn mode, tweaks for the Vikendi map and much more.
NEW EVOZONE MODE: DARKEST NIGHT
- Stay alive for one night while fighting zombies
- All teams that are still alive at dawn will win
CHANGES TO SURVIVE TILL DAWN:
- Stun Grenades now also stun zombies
- Added Liquid Nitrogen Grenades to freeze enemies and reduce their movement speed
- Added jumping zombies and zombie dogs
- Some zombies can now climb over low walls or onto roofs
- Added RPG-7 and Jungle Style Magazines
- Flamethrowers now deal more damage
- M134 handling has been tuned
- Players will gain affixes that grant certain buffs
- Zombies now move slower after being hit by firearms
- Added Survive Till Dawn quick chat messages to Default and Classic voice packs
- Daily missions can now be completed in Survive Till Dawn
PUBG Mobile is now available on iOS and Android in all regions.