If you rest, you rust – a motto that certainly applies to PUBG in view of the well-known Battle Royale competition. Therefore, the creators regularly deliver new content in the game, and now you can look forward to a really classic game mode of the action genre.
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In future, PUBG will have its own version of the classic Team Deathmatch to choose from. Accordingly, the test client has now received an update to version 6.2, which introduces a new gameplay section, Arcade, which lists other game modes independent of the classic Battle Royale game experience.
Team Deathmatch is the first new mode in this area. It is played in teams of 8, which are currently able to let off steam and prove themselves on seven different maps especially for this mode. Furthermore, the game is played exclusively from a first-person perspective and there is a rule set typical of the mode, including respawn and regenerating health.
However, PUBG would not be PUBG if the game did not also integrate its own game technology: Boost Gauge. This is a bar that you can keep filling up, for example by contributing kills or assists; on the other hand, the bar loses value if you take damage. Filling the ad is necessary to generate health points. Friendly Fire, along with other peculiarities, has been disabled to improve game flow.
In the future, the new arcade section will then be filled with regularly rotating additional game modes.