The PUBG Mobile Sandstorm was added to the game in the v0.18.0 update on 6th May, and from today (12th May), players can experience its fury.
PUBG Mobile Sandstorm
A force of nature has arrived in PUBG Mobile. Miramar now has a Sandstorm, and it deals a tonne of damage to players caught out in the open.
The PUBG Mobile sandstorm looks incredible, as PUBG Corporation is doing a live stream to showcase its destructive power.
The Sandstorm Approaches! ⚠️— PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) May 11, 2020
The Sandstorm arrives on May 12th along with a 24-hour livestream on our official YouTube Channel! #protecttheplanet #pubgmsandstorm
Be sure you're all supplied up and prepared to go! 👉 https://t.co/0uoz2xo0DD pic.twitter.com/Q7wFSvwv1Z
The 24-hour live stream runs from 12th May at 01:00 to 13th May at 01:00 GMT+1.
"Witness the full fury of the Sandstorm as it rages over Miramar! Keep an eye out, you never know what you might miss if you look away for even a second."
Those tuning in to the live stream could get their hands on some freebies as well. PUBG Corporation has revealed dedicated viewers are "likely to walk away with a special surprise".
You can also now experience the Sandstorm on Miramar yourself in the latest PUBG Mobile update (v0.18.0).
PUBG Mobile Sandstorm - How to survive
The PUBG Mobile Sandstorm is live on Miramar right now, and it does a whole lot of damage if you are caught out in the open.
Our top tip would be to always have some Energy Drinks on you, and stay close to a shelter when the storm approaches. Stock up on some Energy Drinks at a Vending Machine when possible.
Keep those Energy Drinks at hand (Picture: PUBG Corporation)
PUBG Corporation has shared four tips on how to survive the Sandstorm on Miramar:
- Drive slowly while the sandstorm rages! Visibility is drastically reduced so you need to be much more careful!
- Always be in range of shelter! You don't want to be caught out in the open with nowhere to hide!
- Hydration is key, even without a sandstorm!
- The sandstorm and high-speed winds HURT! You'll need to wear high-level equipment if you are repositioning during the storm!
Check out the 24-hour live stream for PUBG Mobile Sandstorm release. The stream runs until 01:00 on 13th May.