PUBG Mobile is the most popular battle royale game available on the Play Store. Since its release by Tencent Games, the app claims to have over 400 million daily active users. While its popularity saw a dip after the release of Call of Duty: Mobile, the game remains indispensable. PUBG Mobile has remained ahead of its peers by introducing new features and game modes. However, if you are looking to take your game experience ahead then you should enroll for the beta testing option. Also Read - PUBG Mobile first official Season 11 poster drops
While beta testing itself is new to apps and games, PUBG Mobile gained the feature only recently. The game developers announced the beta testing option on Twitter on January 3, 2020. “Beta Tester Wanted,” PUBG Mobile said in its tweet. Joining the program will let you test features coming to the game ahead of regular users. Also Read - PUBG MOBILE Club Open or PMCO 2020 Spring Split registration live
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Here is how you can become PUBG Mobile beta tester
Step 2: In the second step, you are required to share your PUBG Mobile experience. This involves answering questions such as your current account level, in-game user id, highest rank, season and others.
Step 3: In this step, you are required to select the device you use to play the game. PUBG Mobile is particularly looking to know the platform you use to play the game. This includes options such as Windows, iOS, Android or some other platform. If you select iOS then you further need to select the iPhone model as well. In case of Android, you will have to select your phone’s mobile processor.
Step 4: Once you are done answering these questions, just click the submit button in the last step. This will complete your request to join the beta program. If you are selected, PUBG Mobile team will contact you via email.
Things to note
App developers generally tend to use the native beta program on App Store called TestFlight or Play Store. PUBG Mobile, however, is taking a differentiated approach with its beta program. This will allow the developers to allow select players to join the program and eliminate random players. It is likely to select players basis their account level, season they first started playing and highest rank. Also Read - PUBG Mobile takes a leaf out of Call of Duty: Mobile with Domination Mode