PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds: Army Attack is one of the two new PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds games for the iOS and Android platforms. PUBG: Army Attack, which is currently only available in China, is the more arcade-themed of the two, but the gameplay is not any less exhilarating or insane than it is on the big boy version. Your goal is to survive, win the round, and earn the coveted Chicken Dinner (first place) price. Read on for some tips and tricks for PUBG: Army Attack!
Survival is the key to the game here, and just like in The Hunger Games, you may need to lay low and let other players kill each other off for a bit during the early stages of the game. While you do this, though, hunt around for weapons, armor, ammo, health boosters and other goodies, using the icons on the map to figure out where they are.
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Like in original PUBG clone Rules of Survival, you can auto-run by holding in one direction for long enough. Use this to your advantage. When you see a decent crowd of players or even one or two easy targets, auto-run to one side (as long as you know the coast is clear) and aim and shoot. Be ready to change directions as needed, but this will put you at an advantage if you can aim well.
Use the fire-mode switching buttons on the lower-left side of the screen to your advantage. You can switch between single shots, burst fire (three at a time), or automatic mode, although not all weapons will have all modes. And of course, if you’re not getting what you want out of your weapon, switch weapons if possible.
Look around the level for cars, trucks, or boats that you can ride in. If you’re solo, you can go to down and mow down opposing players when you see them, while avoiding taking too much damage from anybody other than people firing RPGs and other explosives. If you have a buddy with you, one of you can drive while the other one shoots out of the vehicle.
Be a sniper to take care of both the hiding and the killing parts at the same time. If you’re a killer aimer, have a sniper rifle, or both, lay down somewhere that you can hide, such as behind a building or other form of cover, or even inside of a vehicle. Find a target, blow them away, then run if you need to and find cover again. Or if they can’t find you, keep shooting and picking off opposing players.