PUBG Update 12.2 is knocking on the door with an exciting New Map TEAGO, new vehicles, weapons, and much more stuff. This update is about to change the game of PUBG forever.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is an online multiplayer battle royale game developed and published by PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean video game company Bluehole. The game is based on previous mods that were created by Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene for other games, inspired by the 2000 Japanese film Battle Royale, and expanded into a standalone game under Greene’s creative direction. In the game, up to one hundred players parachute onto an island and scavenge for weapons and equipment to kill others while avoiding getting killed themselves. The available safe area of the game’s map decreases in size over time, directing surviving players into tighter areas to force encounters. The last player or team standing wins the round.
Update 12.2 Patch Notes
This is one of the biggest updates PUBG had in a while. This update will change some core fundamentals of the game. If you are familiar with Call of Duty: Warzone, this update can make you feel more sensible. These are the pieces of stuff PUBG Update 12.2 bringing for players.
New Map Taego
- Taego is available as the Featured Map.
- Playable in TPP and FPP.
- Solo and Squads, including 1-man Squad Modes, are available.
- Duos are not available.
- Depending on your region, available modes and perspectives will vary.
- Up to 100 players.
- Bots can spawn.
- Clear weather.
- No Red Zone.
- Wildlife: Two friendly bird varieties reside throughout Taego, reacting to player movement and gunfire.
- Taego is available in Custom Matches.
- Sandbox Mode is available for PUBG Partners.
Comeback BR is a Taego exclusive second-chance mechanic allowing players who die during the first Blue Zone phase the chance to drop back into the fight later in the match.
Players who die during the first Blue Zone phase battle it out in the Comeback Arena, a location separate from the main Taego Battleground. Survivors who remain alive long enough in the Comeback Arena are transported by helicopter back to the Taego mainland in phase 3 to resume their fight for the Chicken Dinner.
- Comeback BR is exclusive to Taego Squad matches.
- Players who die before the first Blue Zone phase ends are eligible and see a timer indicating when Comeback BR begins.
- All eligible participants are sent simultaneously to the Comeback Arena, separate from the main fight, and must find loot and items to stay alive, competing against other survivors.
- There are no bots or knockdowns in Comeback BR.
- Survive the timer indicated while fighting in the Comeback Arena, and you’ll be transported back to the Taego mainland via helicopter with all your items and gear to continue your fight for the Chicken Dinner.
- While health and boost levels are reset upon returning to the fight, your kills and stats are still recorded.
This addition may feel like the gulag of Call of Duty: Warzone but this is actually so much different.
Similar to Comeback BR, the Self AED is another Taego exclusive second-chance mechanic, giving players another opportunity to stay in the fight. The Self AED is a world-loot item that allows players to revive themselves when DBNO, without the need of a teammate, and can be used in Solo and Squad matches.
- Press the interact button or click the Self AED in your inventory to activate the self-revive.
- Cannot be canceled once started.
- Cannot be used while already being revived by another teammate.
- Squads: The Self AED can be used even if your entire Squad is DBNO, as a teammate holding the Self AED prevents your Squad from being immediately eliminated.
- This gives you chance to self-revive and then revive your teammates.
- If the whole Squad remains DBNO, you will be eliminated once all players with a Self AED are killed.
- Solo: Having a Self AED allows you to enter DBNO instead of being instantly killed.
- Self AED uses are recorded as revives in your stats.
Players were asking for this for a long period of time. Like other Battle Royale Games like COD, Fortnite, and Apex Legends, players can revive themselves in PUBG as well.
PUBG will have 2 new weapons in PUBG Update 12.2.
Introducing the K2; a world-spawn 5.56mm caliber AR popularized in the 80s and 90s era of which Taego is born. Firing in single, burst, or full-auto for combat versatility. Only available on Taego in Normal and Custom Matches.
|Effective fire range||500|
|Fire modes||Single, Burst, Full-auto|
|Muzzle velocity||880 m/s|
|Optical attachments||Up to 6x|
|Rate of fire (delay between shots)||700 RPM|
|Lower rail attachments||N/A|
|Magazine attachments||all of AR mags|
|Muzzle attachments||all of AR muzzles|
The Mk12 is a new hard-hitting, high-velocity 5.56mm caliber DMR exclusive to Taego, found as world-loot across the map in Normal and Custom Matches.
|Effective fire range||400|
|Feed System||20/30 STANAG|
|Muzzle velocity||930 m/s|
|Optical attachments||Up to 15x|
|Lower rail attachments||all lower rail grips|
|Magazine attachments||all of AR/SR mags|
|Muzzle attachments||all of AR/SR muzzles|
New Vehicle: Pony Coupe
Hyundai’s first concept car, the Pony Coupe, has arrived in PUBG and is exclusive to Taego! Drive Hyundai’s heritage Pony Coupe, featuring an all-wheel drive design for enhanced control across the diverse terrain of the Battlegrounds.
The Pony Coupe design was created by the master of automotive design, Giorgetto Giugiaro, and is a coupe concept car that first premiered at the Turin Motor Show in 1974. The next-generation electric vehicle model IONIQ5 was designed with a lot of inspiration from the Pony Coupe.
- Maximum HP: 1,000
- Maximum Speed: 150 km/h
- The all-wheel-drive (AWD) system ensures maximum traction in rough conditions.
- While being a 4-seater vehicle, due to the characteristics of a coupe, passengers in the back seats cannot shoot out of the vehicle.
Survivor Pass: Taego
Introducing our newest Survivor Pass themed around our latest map, Taego!
We’ve made multiple changes to the Survivor Pass system this update, including adding bonus rewards for those players who play past level 50. Read on for full details.
- Survivor Pass Level-Up Tickets Purchase Methods Update
- Level-up tickets can be purchased in units of 1 level on the Survivor Pass page after upgrading the Survivor Pass to Premium.
- Level-up coupons are applied at the time of purchase, and can only be purchased until reaching level 50.
- After reaching level 50, you can only level up with XP obtained through missions or gameplay.
- We have prepared a bonus reward for players who have reached level 50.
- Players who have reached level 50 and upgraded the Survivor Pass to Premium can further level up and receive bonus rewards such as medals, emblems, and G-Coin.
- Keep playing until the Survivor Pass ends to earn all your bonus rewards.
- Survivor Pass: Taego Weapon & Level Pack (3,270 G-Coin)
- SURVIVOR PASS: TAEGO, Kar98K Skin, 30 Levels
- Survivor Pass: Taego Weapon Pack (990 G-Coin)
- SURVIVOR PASS: TAEGO, Kar98K Skin
- PDT: July 7 – August 17, 11 AM
- KST: July 7 – August 18, 11 AM
- CEST: July 7 – August 18, 4 AM
Make sure to claim all rewards before Survivor Pass: Taego wraps up, as there is no additional grace period to claim rewards.
We have added new features and improved the Team Emote feature originally introduced with Update 10.3.
- The organizer can use the emotes alone.
- When teammates join the team emote, the emote begins at the same time instead of participating mid-emote.
- Activate the emote using the emote wheel or shortcut key and then activate the standby action.
- Teammates can join during standby.
- Use the emote wheel, interaction key, or shortcut key to start and then activate the emote action. When alone, only your character plays the emote.
- When teammates participate, the same emote action is activated.
- Available while in the lobby and during matches.
- Since there is no standby action in the Store and Pass Preview, only the emote action is activated.
Chat System: Whispers
Ever wanted to send messages privately to your PUBG friends? With the new Whisper feature, you can directly communicate with players on your friends list and have one-on-one conversations separate from the lobby chat.
- You can send whispers to anyone on your friends list, as long as they’re online.
- While in a match, you can view whispers from friends but only respond with selectable preset responses.
- Press Enter to open the chat while in a match.
- You can choose to hide Whispers while in-game.
- Available in Normal, Ranked, Training Arcade, and Custom Matches.
- Actions that have been assigned to the existing Enter key will no longer be attached to a key.
- Go to Settings → Key Binding to bind to another key.
- Messages cannot be accessed in Custom Match Esports Mode.
- During the game loading period, some may not be received.
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