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PUBG Mobile 2.2 update is almost upon us

PUBG Mobile Jarrad “Belandrial” Adams

PUBG Mobile’s Patch 2.2 is about to drop with some big updates, a new map, new characters, and a whole lot more.

Rumours have been flying around recently about the exact date of the PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds Mobile upcoming patch, 2.2. Today we learned that the patch, bringing with it a host of new and improved game aspects, will be dropping today, September 13th, 2022. With this, we are taking a quick look at what the update will be bringing to the extremely popular title – as Tencent continue to pour time and effort into big collaborations and massive tournaments.

New map

The first feature that we are highlighting is that of a brand-new map, Nusa. This map has already been heralded as one that will bring something completely new to the PUBG Mobile fans, giving them a much smaller play area – which, in turn, translates into faster games and the chance for more victories.

New characters

With the new update will also be the addition of two new characters, which players will be able to purchase from the in-game store. However, for those wanting to not spend their money right away, Tencent has also confirmed the addition of a “character voucher event”, where players will be able to earn free vouchers to redeem on their favourite characters. While we do not know the current event start date, there is so much coming in the new patch to tide us over until it drops.

New weapons, vehicles, and more

So far, we have seen a ton of new mechanics, weapons, vehicles, and features for PUBG Mobile’s 2.2 update being dug up, and we have a list of just a few.

  • Remote Shop
  • Healing Smoke
  • Tactical Crossbow
  • Quad bike
  • Ziplines
  • Elevators
  • Special Recall

Beyond this there is a plethora of other aspects that we have yet to see, and we are waiting eagerly for the PUBG Mobile 2.2 patch to drop in just a short while.


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Jarrad “Belandrial” Adams
Belandrial has spent most of his years following Dota 2 closely, but now has found a new home in the complex world of Mobile Esports. When not watching nearly every possible esports title available, you can find me running around Azeroth or building strange bases in Valheim.


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