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Mairamar Island

Miramar differs significantly from Erangel, the "old" map, not only from a visual perspective but also in its topography. There are a lot of open spaces where it is hard to hide somewhere but the island also has tall mountains. When you are on their top, you can easily see even those players who are…
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Earn and Use Battle Points (BP)

Battle Points is a special in-game currency used in Playeruknown's Battlegrounds. BPs are earned after each played match - regardless of the outcome of the match itself. Those points can then be exchanged for equipment boxes - after opening each one of them the player will get a piece of clothing that can be used…
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Survive till the end of a match

See our guide to learn how to survive in Playerunknown's Battlegrounds: First seconds of the gameplay are crucial - get an assault rifle... Surviving till the very end of a match, as one of the top ten players (not to mention winning the entire match as the last man standing) is the main objective. The…
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Reducing damage

Playerunknown's Battlegrounds provides quite a realistic reproduction of battlefield conditions - the trajectory of bullets is curved, falling from a greater height ends with loss of health (or in death), just like collision with a speeding car does. The same goes for damage taken from enemy fire - in majority of cases, you only have…
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Healing and boosting characters

Each character in the game starts with 100 points of (or 100%) health. During the game, every player is sure to take greater, or lesser, damage (or die immediately from a gunshot wound), which decreases the health bar. Medkit is one of the crucial items in the game. Obviously, reaching 0 HP (0%) ends in…
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Moving across the map

Collecting items, shooting and avoiding conflict when it is not necessary is one thing by the map is also very important in Playerunknown's Battlegrounds. Knowledge of certain parts of the map, places where weapons and/or vehicles can be found, and places that you should keep away from is key to success. Without proper knowledge and…
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Red zone

Apart from the white and blue zones described in the previous chapter, ("Fighting zones - white and blue zones") there is one more zone - the red one. This one differs from the previous ones. The red zone appears randomly, every several dozen seconds, and covers a small area. Shortly after it appears, the entire…
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White and blue zones

At first the battlefield is large and covers almost half of the island. The map in Playerunknown's Battlegrounds is very large - getting from one side of the map to another, especially without a vehicle, would take a lot of time. Technically this would mean that you shouldn't come across too many enemies. However, the…
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Supply airdrop

A plane with supplies will show up every several dozen seconds... Few minutes after the match starts (when all the players get on the plane), crates with supplies will begin to fall from the sky. A plane will appear every several dozen seconds and drop the supplies in a random location. When it hits the…
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Clearing the first building and collecting basic gear

Once you decide, whether you want to jump right away or wait for some time, you need to pick a place that you will head for. When in the parachute mode, take some time to look around (use the 'ALT' button) and search for nearby enemies (if possible, memorize their locations and prepare for an…
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