I consume a lot of Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds. But the other day I came across two items I’ve never noticed before, despite my staggering amount of hours invested in the game. So I decided to list five things you might’ve missed exists in the game.
I sat in the sofa, half watching Break on the TV, half playing a silly Dragon tamer-game on my phone. Suddenly, my other half goes “oh, a 15 times.” And I laugh. Because I was sure it was some sort of joke. But when I looked closer at the stream, I could see Break scoping in, and I swear if he would’ve aimed at the sky he could’ve seen Jupiter. “Wait, that’s actually a thing?” I asked, stunned, and my boyfriend explained it comes out of crates. But I’ve never even seen it on streams before, until then.
During that very same game, there was another first for me: The adrenaline syringe. It’s a medical boost, just like the energy drink or the painkillers. But the adrenaline syringe instantly fills your boost bar, with a eight second cast time. This is another airdrop item.
Another airdrop item, which I’ve only noticed once or twice before. It’s a decent weapon, but is not as popular as the AWM or the Groza, by far. The Tommy Gun is a submachine gun which takes .45 ammo.
Crashed plane site
Big time streamer Summit made me aware this place actually exists. Now, I don’t explore a lot when I play PUBG, so don’t roll your eyes at me having missed this. But slightly southeast of Severny, close to the gun range, there’s a big, crashed plane just laying there. The crash site seemed neat for little campers that could hide inside the broken plane, but other than that it’s just like any other ruin, wreck or fuckboy shack in the game.
Ok, this might be a slightly sarcastic point. But people don’t seem to get that PUBG actually is in its “early access” phase. There’s bugs and unfinished ideas. There will be improvements made and the game will develop. So don’t worry if your buggy gets stuck in an invisible rock on top of a mountain (happend to me, had to run half the map to get into the circle, used about a million first aid kits.) or if you get stuck in a half broken door. Unfinished games are buggy and laggy. So don’t worry kids. One day we’ll have it all.