While the PUBG Mobile 0.15.0 release date is still under the hood, the official version of PUBG Mobile 0.14.5 already released all over the world with the all new Royal Pass Season 9. We know that season 8 has ended and the new PUBG Mobile season 9 is now live with the minor 223MB size PUBG Mobile 0.14.5 APK.
As the PUBG mobile officially revealed on Tweeter about the new Payload Mode in arcade where the new helicopter and missiles added, but you will have to wait for the new mode which will come with PUBG Mobile 0.15.0 update next month. While the next update is still away from us, but what’s new on PUBG mobile 0.14.5 update rather than season 9. Let’s check out!
With the PUBG Mobile 0.14.5, the Royale Pass Season 9 arrived with a new warrior theme with armoured wardrobe, new missions, and valuable loot as well. Rewards include a chance to win a journey to PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) 2019 Fall Splits Global Finals as part of the Global Treasure Hunt Challenge.
What’s new on PUBG Mobile 0.14.5?
Royale Pass Season 9 is about the path of warriors.
And the Global Treasure Hunt with a prize pool of USD 1 million awaits you!
Royale Pass Improvements:
- Added a timer that shows countdown to the new season.
- Ask your friends for a pass until 7 days before the season starts.
- Upgrade Royale Pass to get a customized sharing page.
- Missions and Ranking pages redesigned.
- Added Weekly Mission crate reminders.
- Achievement chain progress now available.
- Lobby now does not show expired vehicles.
- Emotes can now be dismantled.
- Purchase UC to get great rewards and a discount on rare firearm finishes.
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Well, the PUBG Mobile 0.14.5 update is rolled out for everyone. Some regions have received the update and some are still waiting for the update. If you haven’t received the new PUBG Mobile 0.14.5 update yet, then keep your eyes on the game as the update is still rolling out on some states.