The officials of PUBG Mobile have announced that PUBG Mobile Mission Ignition which went offline few days ago is set to make a comeback on 5th August,2021 with a highly anticipated event, Mission Ignition: Reloaded Live Event.
PUBG Mobile is an extremely popular battle-royale game primarily due to its unique in-game features, different modes which takes out the players from the monotonous battleground where players just have to land, loot some supplies and eliminate other enemies. PUBG Mobile constantly adds some changes in the game to captivate the players. Prior to the Mission Ignition Mode, players enjoyed the Insectoid Mode where players turned into small insects and defeated each other. Both these modes saw an overwhelming response from the players so PUBG Mobile decided to bring back the Mission Ignition Mode as soon as possible.
The wait is finally over as PUBG Mobile Mission Ignition s coming back on 5th August 2021. The officials have also announced a new event.
PUBG Mobile Mission Ignition set to comeback on 5th August, 2021
The Mission Ignition Mode was introduced in the new 1.5 update of PUBG Mobile and was set to continue till the month of September. However, the makers decided to take the mode offline temporarily to make some necessary changes and further developments. As promised, the mode will be available for the players this Thursday i.e. on 5th August, 2021.
PUBG Mobile posted on their official twitter handle-
The MISSION IGNITION: RELOADED LIVE EVENT is coming Thursday August 5th at 5PM PT! Tune in to see your favorite content creators defend themselves against YOU the viewer!
As stated in the tweet, PUBG Mobile Mission Ignition will be available for the players on 5th August at 5PM for Pacific Time Zone and 8PM for Eastern Time Zone. Not only this, players will be able to witness their favorite content creators playing Mission Ignition Mode. The tournament will be live streamed in the official youtube channel of PUBG Mobile. Players can even set a reminder for the event by clicking here.
This event was set to take place earlier but PUBG Mobile took down the Mission Ignition Mode to fix some bugs and technical issues. PUBG Mobile wants to ensure that players or the content creators enjoy a seamless experience of their gameplay. Another exciting news for the players of PUBGM is that the mode is shifting into overdrive in August which means that players can expect to obtain lots of rewards such as outfits, skins and perhaps a chance to win a Tesla skin.
Krafton had opened the registrations for this mode where players were promised a permanent Galaxy Messenger Set for free if they registered for the Mission Ignition Mode. Surprisingly, more than 200 million players registered for the biggest update. Meanwhile, PUBG Mobile has also announced a community event- PUBG Mobile All Talent Championship 2021 where every player can register regardless of their competitive gameplay experience.