PUBG: New State has finally made its way to Android and iOS devices. Prior to the launch, drones were perhaps the most teased feature by Krafton. The primary purpose of the drone in PUBG: New State is to deliver items on the battlefield requested by the players.
If you’re lucky enough, you can find a drone inside an airdrop. At the same time, you can also manually call in a drone to get some extra resources. However, you’ll need plenty of drone credits if you want to call a drone at your location. Therefore, here’s our guide to finding drone credits in PUBG: New State.
How to find Drone Credits in PUBG: New State
Drone credits are much like any other loot item that spawns randomly on all the PUBG: New State maps. In order to get them, land on a location on the map and search for them inside the buildings or houses. It’s essential to note that drone credits only spawn indoors. Hence, it’s next to impossible to find them in open areas.
The Drone Credits look like mini versions of the dollars stacked on top of each other. Once you’re close enough to them, the loot popup will emerge on the screen displaying the number of drone credits. You can always check your drone credits balance under the mini-map.
Beyond this, you’ll need to make sure you don’t visit locations that have already been looted. If a certain place is already exhausted, there are high chances that you won’t find any drone credits as other players have already looted them.