In an upcoming update for PUBG Mobile, a widely-played battle royale action game, players will be surprised by a new Frag Grenade update that ensures teammates will no longer be harmed by grenades. The beta version of PUBG Mobile 2.8 Update has unveiled this significant change. Read on for further details.
In PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile, a battle royale game, squads of four players fight each other to survive. The game revolves around using guns and grenades to eliminate enemies. However, there’s a catch – friendly fire is turned off, meaning you can’t harm your teammates with bullets. But when it comes to grenades, be careful! Your own teammates can get hurt or even killed by your explosive throws.
The upcoming 2.8 update, however, brings some changes. Friendly fire caused by grenades will be removed, so you won’t be able to damage your teammates anymore. But remember, if you’re too close to the explosion, you’ll still be affected. This update has caused quite a stir in the world of PUBG Mobile esports, as it has significant implications for competitive play.
Grenades are super important in PUBG Mobile esports matches. It’s pretty funny to see players accidentally knock out their own teammates with grenades, which adds to the excitement of watching the matches. However, in the next update, they’re going to get rid of this feature. Right now, players throw frag grenades at their opponents while also worrying about accidentally hurting their own teammates. But with the new upgrade, players can go all out and attack the enemy team without any fear of friendly fire from their teammates’ grenades.