Here’s some advanced tips and tricks that are hardly mentioned.
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I am by no means the best PUBG player but by getting some chicken dinners and watching players better than me, I have gathered some of the most useful tips and tricks to help you get that chicken dinner.
Always Pick Up AR and SR Attachments
My first tip is to always pick up AR and SR attachments, even if you don’t have an AR and SR. If you have the space you are going to want to pick up these attachments because once you get an AR or SR you are going to be wishing you had them to give your gun an extra advantage. Getting them can later become a hastle so just make sure to always pick up these attachments.
Parachute Off Target
If you are in a rush to get down first, aim a little off target from where you want to land. Releasing your parachute straight above where you want to land can end up wasting time, because of all the circles needed to stay on track. Instead aim a little off so you can simply glide down without having to waste time doing circles.
Loot Out of Plane Path
Unless you want to have to fight for your loot, I would reccomend aiming for a city out of the plane path to lower your chances of going the same place as others.
Follow Blue Border During Late Game
During late game you won’t want to be in the center of attention. Instead stay on the outside, so you won’t have to watch a full 360 degrees and can watch for people running in to get safe in the zone. Also when the next circle comes, hug the blue border to get around to where you need to go, instead of running straight across the circle, asking to die.
Know When To Risk It
If it’s late game and you see a care package drop, you have to consider the risk to reward of getting it. If you are doing well off and getting the care package would hardly benefit you, it would probably be a good idea to skip going for it. On the other hand if you are almost out of ammo for your guns and could use some more loot, you might want to consider going for it.
Know When To Engage
When you have a clear shot at someone, try to ask yourself some questions. “Is it worth killing him even if it blows my cover”, and “Can I get a better shot if I wait for him to come closer”. Once again you have to consider the risk to reward. I see a lot of new players just automatically assume that when they see someone they should shoot but you have to be aware of your surroundings and make sure that taking a shot is the right decision.
If you ever feel like a car could be useful to a team pop their tires, leaving them to die. If you don’t have a gun you can still pop them by crouching and punching them.
Leave Doors Open When Alone
If your team is DEFINETLY alone you should leave the doors open, to make sure your team knows what has and hasn’t been looted. It ends up saving time and just makes looting easier but make sure nobody is there or it will be easy for them to track you.
Follow Crawling Enemies
Once you’ve knocked down an enemy you can predict where the rest of their team is by the direction the guy you’ve knocked down is crawling. This is why it can sometimes be better to let them crawl rather than killing them.
The PUBG Shuffle
My favorite tip and trick that will save you game after game is the PUBG shuffle. The PUBG shuffle is when you spam A and D when running to make your guy “shuffle” back and forth, rather than running in a straight line. It is such a pain to play against due to unpredictable movement and should be taken advantage of by every player.