How to Shoot in Pubg Mobile?

It may sound sensible, but keep in mind that you are in charge of a character that, in some ways, moves like a tank. On a mobile device, strafing, moving, aiming, firing, and trying to do all of these things at once is hard. It gets even harder when most of the zones have closed and you only have a dozen or so players left.

Escape and recuperate whenever you can. This is sound advice at almost any point in the game, but near the end, when there is a high probability that other players nearby can hear your fight, it becomes even more important to keep your advantage. If you can’t get a quick one-on-one kill, try to disengage as soon as you can because whoever is watching you will be better able to aim if they’re standing still (or sniping!).

Keep your energy up and your healing going. In those last-minute fights, this will assist you with health regeneration and speed!

At first, only use your vehicles. They’re not too hard to control, but if you’ve landed in a remote area, you’ll need something to help you get around when zones start closing and you’re stuck in a lot of bridge-filled areas. However, with a smaller map space to navigate through in the final game, the engine noise simply isn’t worth the extra speed. Be a subversive ninja.

Kill with fire. While splash and implore for the most part works better in versatile firefights, possibly shoot as the need might arise. Gunfire is like engine noise in that it draws attention to you, so someone else will want to use your distraction.

Be cautious whenever you steal. Moving around and looting should only be done when you’re running out of resources in the final game. There is a good chance that anyone who has been watching will know exactly where you are and will be able to pick you off while you are distracted if you get too greedy and try to loot the body of someone you killed right away.

Only move when necessary. Once more, this is only for the endgame. Explore, loot, customize your guns, and do whatever else is necessary in the early game. But as the area gets smaller, you shouldn’t just run around looking for a fight; rather, you should be paying close attention to the area and moving around to accommodate it. Without giving someone else the advantage, it will come to you quickly! When you don’t have to focus as much on movement in the first few shots, this will also make it easier for you to aim and kill.