Training Mode Finally Rolls Out to PUBG on PC

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Late last month, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, better known as PUBG, revealed its extensive training mode which will allow players to prepare for battle before jumping into the fray with more skilled players. The featured mode which was at first only available on the test servers has now been released on the live servers, and the developers have also released a video which briefly explained what players would be able to do in the training mode.

If you are not familiar with the new training mode, let me break it down for you. The new PUBG training mode allows 5-20 players to explore a new 2×2 km training map and practice all aspects of the game. The players will be able to do everything from driving all of the game’s vehicles around the new map’s racetracks to practice parachute drops on the targets scattered across the maps.

There is also a broad shooting range where players will be able to practice shooting with available weapons from the game. The shooting range is divided into three different areas, with an 800m range, a 400m range and a particular 10000m range target. The field has a variety of different targets, including moving targets, standing targets and targets inside a building. There is also a separate range for melee and throwable weapons.

The map of the training mode also has areas to practice close-quarter combat, vaulting and make insane vehicle jumps without worrying about losing the game. All the equipment in the game will be made freely available for this mode from equipment tables, which will house melee weapons, attachments, guns, gear, ammo and throwable.

But to make the training mode even more fun for players, the 2×2 map has a variety of different race tracks, including a long track, a racing track, an off-road track and a few stunt ramps. The training mode will surely help players to get better at the game without actually having to go through the pain of losing the game.