PUBG's Massive New War Event Mode Is Live Now

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PUBG's Massive New War Event Mode Is Live Now

This new event mode is the closest PUBG has ever come to departing from its battle royale roots, but War seems like an obvious example of how PUBG Corp. intends to further develop the game.

PUBG's weekly event mode, a limited-time custom game mode available only on the weekends, has been announced.

The war mode is available until April 15, 7pm PDT / April 16, 4am CEST / April 16, 11AM KST.

Set within a "small slice" of the Erangel map, games last 15 minutes and host a maximum of 30 players in ten-person teams. Whenever you die, you'll reappear in a plane and plummet once again into the mayhem.

In War mode, players are grouped up in teams of 10, although one of the three teams can end up with less than 10 players depending on the matchmaking situation.

The first team to reach 200 points is the victor, but each match will also have a 15-minute timer, after which the team with the highest score will win.

Albeit "extremely small", safe zone locations are fixed over the course of each match and remain the same size throughout.

The points themselves can be earned in a few familiar ways: three for a kill and one for a down or revive. The first team to get 200 points wins. At the 15 minute mark, the team with the most points emerges victorious.

On the loot front, players are guaranteed to spawn with a random Automatic Rifle or Designated Marksman Rifle, as well as a random Pistol, a level one Helmet and a Grenade. If that sounds like it's your cup of tea, you need only jump into the game to give it the ol' college try today.

Higher level loot is available in buildings, and in care packages that drop every 90 seconds.

The rest of team slots will be filled by auto matching system.

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