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PUBG Mobile 0.15.5 update adds Royale Pass season 10, new weapons and vehicles, additional Team Deathmatch map

A little under a month ago, I covered the 0.15.0 update for PUBG Mobile, and once again, it's time to pore over the latest changes in the PUBG Mobile update coming to Android today. This point release signals the start of Royal Pass Season 10. There's also a new Team Deathmatch map called Ruins, and new weapons and vehicles are also included. You can also expect a new character to launch soon, though no date has been provided, so your guess is as good as mine as to when we can expect this character to go live.

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PUBG Mobile 0.15.0 update adds a Payload mode, tweaks Survive Till Dawn, and improves performance

Last month I covered the release of the 0.14.5 update for PUBG Mobile, and it appears it's time once again to pore through the latest patch. The 0.15.0 update brings with it a new Payload mode (though it's not live yet), an update to the Survive Till Dawn - Halloween mode, as well as enhancements like a new mid-air leap, new vehicles, new weapons, exploding fuel drums, and performance enhancements. While I can't say this update is as monumental as Fortnite's latest Chapter release, it's understandable that you can't always expect huge changes to PUBG Mobile every month.

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Fortnite Chapter 2 arrives with an all-new island and water gameplay

Over the weekend, Fortnite went dark as a massive publicity stunt where the game's battle royale island was sucked into a black hole. Today marks the launch of Chapter 2, and it brings along some significant changes. The most notable being the addition of a new island that replaces the last, but you can also expect new water-based gameplay, new hideouts/explosives, plus combat has been upgraded with a streamlined weapon arsenal. You can also expect less of a grind thanks to a brand new XP system and Medals for Chapter 2's Battle Pass. All in all, the launch of Chapter 2 appears to be a big one, so if you're eager to play, I'm happy to report that that the first season in the latest chapter is live.

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PUBG Mobile 0.14.5 update brings Royale Pass Season 9, a new season timer, and plenty more

PUBG Mobile appears to be on a monthly update cycle, and since we received the 0.14.0 update on August 14th, it makes sense that 0.14.5 would drop this week. While it would still appear that 0.14.5 has yet to be pushed out to the Play Store, a recent tweet clearly states that we can expect the update in the afternoon. This announcement also signals the start of Royale Pass Season 9, and of course, a few new additions are in tow, including a new season timer, redesigned missions/ranking pages, and an upgraded Royale Pass sharing page.

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PUBG Mobile 0.14.0 update adds a new Infection mode and map, playable zombies, and a new pirate theme

It's been almost a month since the 0.13.5 update for PUBG Mobile dropped on the Play Store, and today it would appear that the 0.14.0 update is here. PUBG Mobile's Play Store listing was recently updated with a new changelog that stipulates a few of the more important additions coming with today's update. The highlight is, of course, the new Infection mode and map that brings along playable zombies, but you can also expect to find a new pirate theme in the menu, as well as some improvements to the character and mission systems.

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PUBG Mobile 0.13.5 update includes redesigned season system, new submachine gun, and plenty more

In June we received the 0.13.0 patch for PUBG Mobile, and now that a month has rolled by, it's time again for yet another update. The version number will be bumped to 0.13.5, and while the update does not appear to be live in the US just yet, it should land on the Play Store by the end of the day. This version update also signals the start Season 8, which should begin in the next day or two, though if you're interested in the majority of changes that come with the .5 version bump, make sure to click the read more button to check out these details in full.

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PUBG Mobile 0.13.0 update adds a new team deathmatch mode, better cheat detection, a Godzilla theme, plus more

The latest iteration of PUBG Mobile has officially landed on the Google Play Store. It would appear that these updates are released on a two-month schedule, and so it's time to check out version 0.13.0. The most notable change that comes with this version bump is the addition of a new team deathmatch mode, but of course, there's a lot more additional content to go over, which I will detail below.

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PUBG Mobile v0.11.0 update adds Resident Evil 2 zombies in a new crossover event

Capcom recently released a modern remake of Resident Evil 2 on consoles and PC that's been overwhelmingly received as a success, so in an effort to capitalize on the game's popularity PUBG Mobile just launched an update (v0.11.0) that crosses over with the world of RE2. Zombies and bosses from the RE2 universe will spawn on the Erangel map in a new limited event mode titled Zombie: Survive Till Dawn.

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12 Fortnite-style games for Android you can play right now

Fortnite may not yet be available on Android, but that doesn't mean you can't get into some hectic battle royale gameplay on the OS. A ton of similar games have released on the Play Store in the last few months, so I figured why not round up all of the better titles into one post so our readers can see what their options are while patiently waiting for the official Fortnite releases. So without further ado, here are 12 Fortnite-style games for Android that you can play right now.

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[Bonus Round] Cute Things Dying Violently, Walking War Robots, Infestor, DefCom TD, Armor Academy Shape It Up, And SkillShot

Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a game about killing adorable fuzzy creatures, an online mech-battler, a new Noodlecake platformer, an old-school strategy game, a jigsaw puzzler, and a ping pong twitch game. Without further ado:

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Cute Things Dying Violently

Seldom do games get so specific in their titles, but Cute Things Violently delivers what it promises.

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