Popular battle royale game PUBG Mobile is preparing to introduce a shocking update that will remove friendly fire grenades. The beta version of the upcoming PUBG Mobile 2.8 update has revealed this significant change.
In PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile, teams of up to four players fight for survival, with weapons and grenades playing a decisive role in destroying enemies. Although friendly fire is already disabled in PUBG Mobile, grenades can still damage or destroy teammates. However, the next update will fix this issue.
In the new update, your teammates will no longer suffer from your grenades. However, if you are near a grenade damaged area, you will still take damage. This upcoming update has created quite a buzz in the PUBG Mobile esports industry as it is an essential element of competitive gaming.
Grenades are an important component of PUBG Mobile esports matches. Currently, players can randomly hit their teammates with grenades, which adds an extra layer of excitement to watching matches. However, this aspect will be removed with an update. Players often consider the risk of damaging their teammates by throwing frag grenades at opponents, especially when approaching opposing teams. With the upcoming update, players will be able to focus on attacking the enemy team without fear that their teammates’ grenades will deal damage.
While the PUBG Mobile 2.8 update has yet to be released and the game is currently on version 2.7, there has already been mixed reactions in the industry to the PUBG Mobile grenade update. Only time will tell if this update improves or reduces the excitement of the game.