- PUBG Battlegrounds is getting surveillance drones to provide a tactical advantage for players.
- A developer posted a video on its Facebook page.
- PUBG Battlegrounds will be free-to-play for all users starting January 12
Great news for Gamers! PUBG: Battlegrounds will get drones to increase your team’s stake. A new teaser highlights the drone surveillance feature. Games like PUBG: New State already have drones to provide a tactical advantage for players.
A developer posted a teaser video on the PUBG: Battlegrounds Facebook page. The short clip shows a set of players hiding and planning their moves. Unknowingly, they are being monitored by a surveillance drone controlled by another player. A similar teaser was also tweeted earlier this week wherein the developers shared a clip that showed a radio-controlled surveillance drone, a remote control, a map, as well as a bag.
Drones will be arriving at PUBG Battlegrounds starting January 12
PUBG Battlegrounds will be free-to-play for all users starting January 12. Although the game will be free to download and play. But, Krafton will restrict some items and game modes to paying gamers.
According to reports, this feature is speculated to come to PUBG: Battlegrounds on January 12, the date when the game will switch to a free-to-play model. The game will cost you Rs. 999 on Steam in India. Although it will be free to download, some items along with select game modes will be exclusive to paying gamers.
Meanwhile, Krafton continues to take strict measures against cheating players on Battlegrounds Mobile India. We banned more than 71,000 accounts during the week ending January 2. The developer has already banned two lakh accounts in a month. These player devices are permanently banned from Battle Royale mobile games.