Things are starting to get a little ridiculous now for global PUBG Mobile gamers! The official Twitter account of the title has launched yet another teaser tweet and accompanying image to promote version 0.5.0 of the game.
Teasers aside, gamers simply want to know when this version is going to make a public appearance.
In all honesty, this particular version of the game has been a long time coming as far as PUBG Mobile global gamers are concerned. We all know by now that the Chinese version of the title is a number of versions ahead of the global variant, so expecting any type of parity between the two versions is definitely not on the cards.
However, the team behind PUBG Mobile has been teasing English version of 0.5.0 for quite a while now, which was great at first, but which now seems like dangling a carrot in front of the face of engaged users who are understandably going to go from engaged to enraged as their patience wears thin.
This latest tweet features an image showing what is presumably the new desert MiraMar Map which will make an appearance with version 0.5.0. The high-quality image shows a barren desert environment with trees, bushes, and rocks with a flowing Trump-esque wall running the fall length of the desert. In the distance, you can see the outline of structures, which is where a lot of the action will take place as gamers hide and search for loot.
The wording of the tweet simply says “coming very soon to #PUBGMOBILE050 #PLAYPUBGMOBILE.” A definite suggestion that version 0.5.0 will indeed benefit from the new expansive map.
As with previous teasing tweets, there is no indication whatsoever regarding exact timescales or when this English release will actually start to filter through to iOS and Android-based devices via the iOS App Store and Play Store. The only real difference is that a new image has been shared to show a different aspect of the upgrade, and the team is using the word “very” to indicate that a release is closer than it was a few days ago.
All of this we already knew. The real question right now is “when exactly will gamers see this update filtering through?” We can only hope that it’s hours or days rather than weeks from here on.
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