Preparing for the eventual real-world hunger games OR Player Unknown Battlegrounds: How to Improve
Battle Royale’s are great and PUBG is one of the best. Some people have the struggle to get that illustrious chicken dinner so here are five good ways to set a player on their path to greatness.
Know what is in your kit
And really know what is inside your kit. What I mean by this is that in PUBG anything you find is random. To survive you’re going to need to know how to take advantage of any OSP weapons or items that you come across. Survival is the name of the game and you can have all the tools in the world if you don’t know how to use them you’re as dead as the dinosaurs.
Know your scopes
Arguably the greatest tool in the game. Having a scope and knowing what to do with it increases the possibility of your survival and limiting the lifespans of the other players you come across on the map.
To really make use of scopes though a good player will know when to use each type and what situation works best with an individual scope.
Don’t fall for the Tunnel vision trap
Be on the lookout for players too busy looting to pay attention to the footsteps approaching until it’s too late. On the other hand, don’t be the player who gets taken out because you’re too busy looking through every possible thing you can. A PUBG radar can help you significantly in these two aspects.
Piggybacking on this, if you knock down another player don’t worry about getting the kill. Keep moving, they aren’t as much of a problem as the other players who aren’t prone and can still shoot.
Know how to focus
The processing of visual and audio data is a must. Knowing when you have to focus on what you can see over what you can hear, how to balance those streams of data without confusing your senses.
Adapting to whatever information you process in the field. This is what will get someone to the final ten.
Top Ten is almost a completely different game
In the top ten, the person with a better knowledge of their surroundings is going to be the one to win. Players who can stay calm when they’re being shot at and can make the right decisions with their movement and cover management.
Whoever plans two zones ahead, whoever knows the map like it’s been stitched into their eyelids, they’re the ones who get chicken dinner.
It doesn’t matter what gun you have or what kind of helmet you’re wearing. When it’s down to the last few players it’s just whoever has the most experience and good fortune that game.
The only real way to improve at PUBG is to play the game over and over. Constantly learn. When you lose, analyze why you lost. Take that data, make a plan, and then act on it. Take into consideration the above-listed advice and realize that playing games like these competitively is a journey of learning and hardship.