PUBG Mobile is celebrating Diwali with new outfit and special events

Diwali is the most widely celebrated festival in India, and now players on PUBG can celebrate it as well.

  • Published: October 29, 2018 9:19 AM IST
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The Indian smartphone industry is booming, and with it the Indian smartphone gaming industry too is showing healthy signs of growth. In what seems like an acknowledgement of that, PUBG Mobile developers Tencent Games is celebrating possibly the biggest and most widely celebrated festivals in the country, which is Diwali.

The most recent update to hit PUBG Mobile is version 0.9.0, which brought in new weapons, Halloween outfits, themes, and a night mode to the game. Along with that PUBG Mobile also brings some Diwali surprise dhamaka offers especially for the Indian community. The new addition is called ‘Diwali Dhamaka Offer’, and it comes with a special Diwali pack that includes a ‘kurta pyjama’ set, and a special coupon which will open the corresponding crate. This new special offer can be availed in the game when it launches or by going into the store for 499 UC, which is after a 55 percent discount. The offer is valid only until November 2.

There are Diwali special events in the game as well, which are called Diwali: Stayin’ Alive, Diwali: Lonewolf, and Diwali: Terminator. Diwali: Stayin’ Alive comes with four survival challenges that includes surviving in Classic Duo matches for a time period of 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 90 minutes and 200 minutes.

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Diwali: Lonewolf entails players having to finish a match in top 5 or 10, and two matches in top 1 or 5. Coins and crates are rewarded for this achievement in Classic Solo matches. As for the last one, Diwali: Terminator, the mode rewards players with 300 coins for killing 10 players, and 700 for 20 enemies killed. Besides this, players can also win a crate for killing 30 players, and a soldier’s crate for killing 40 enemies.

  • Published Date: October 29, 2018 9:19 AM IST