The latest PUBG Mobile 0.12.0 update rolled out with numerous new features such as Survive Till Dawn 2.0 mode, Darkest Night, Spectator Mode, and Crosshair Modifications. However, some players complained about some bugs and glitches, some of which make the game lagging too much.
What’s new in PUBG Mobile 0.12.0
The PUBG Mobile x Resident Evil 2 survival game mode is remodeled with new horrendous ghouls and never-before-seen ballistic weaponry for even more frightening gameplay, named ‘Survive Till Dawn 2.0’.
In the second feature, ‘Darkest Night,’ players can team up with other users or pop-in by themselves to survive the undead attacks and toxic gas until the evacuation.
‘Spectator Mode’ allows players to monitor the action live by witnessing the live matches of their friends, Crew and Clan members. In the ‘Crosshair Modifications,’ the red dot, holographic, 2x and 3x scopes can be changed to a diverse set of colors, together with various shape variations of the red dot reticle.
PUBG Mobile 0.12.0 has some bugs and glitches
However, after updating the game to the most recent version, many players have reportedly been coming across a lot of issues, such as the game crashing and lagging too many times, as well as many glitches.
Several gamers took the issue to Twitter just after the latest PUBG Mobile 0.12.0 update and claimed that they were encountering airplane glitches. The plane seems to have the problems with loading at the beginning of the game when the players are seated in it. This is a grave error because it doesn’t allow the users to drop correctly. Also, it claims that the parachute is not opening successfully when dropping off the plane were made by some users. Other reports have been expressed as well.
PUBG released a statement on their Twitter account saying that the issues are being investigated and will soon be fixed. They also apologized to their users for the inconvenience. Reports that a bug fix update is being released to the users abounded, but the update won’t be available on Play Store, but it is an in-game update that will appear when you start the game.
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