PUBG Mobile Update v2.3 Out for Eligible Users; Krafton Shares Tips on How to Keep Your Gaming Account Safe
PUBG Mobile is a game that updates regularly in order to provide new content and also maintain smooth operations. Many players have been wondering about the release date for the next big update for the title.
The next big update for PUBG Mobile is v2.3 and it seems that players will be able to test it out before it rolls out for the general public.
According to a report by InsideEsport, players will be able to beta test PUBG Mobile Update v2.3 before it rolls out officially. Players that use Android devices will be able to download the beta version of the update using the .apk provided on their website. They have also provided steps to guide the players in downloading the beta version of PUBG Mobile update v2.3, check them out below:
- Players will have to download one of the two .apk files from here (link 1 and link 2). Additionally, to use the beta client, the players will also have to download an extra resource pack.
- Once they have opened the link, players should click on the button that states “Download Android Version” to begin.
- After the download has been completed, players will have to go to their phone settings and enable “Install from Unknown Source” in order to run the beta.
- Once that is done, players should begin installation. This has to be done by finding the .apk file and also granting permission to download the resource pack.
In other news, PUBG Mobile has just released a guide for players to protect their account. This has been executed through a hilarious video that has been posted on their official YouTube channel. Through this video, players were educated about the harms of sharing their account and password information.
Many pages on Facebook and other social media platforms promote free goodies for the game. But the catch is that players need to enter their account information in order to claim them. This always leads to the player’s account getting hacked, so they should refrain from such activities. PUBG Mobile have also informed the players about streamers that pretend to help other players but are actually trying to swindle them into giving up their account information.