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War Mode returns this weekend in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds‘ War Mode: Desert Knights Event Mode.

From today, May 3rd at 7 p.m. PT until May 6th at 7 p.m. PT 10 five-man squads will battle for supremacy on Miramar.

For those who missed the previous limited-time mode, War Mode puts players into one of 10 five-man squads and sees them battle in a small area of the map. All players will start in the plane with a random care package weapon, a level three vest, and a level three helmet, and players will respawn in the plane upon death. Take a look at the full rules for the mode below:

  • All players are grouped up in teams of five. Each game will have a maximum of 50 players (up to ten full teams).
  • Immediately after the plane gets into the air, the safe zone is visible on the map.
  • The safe zone is small—but slightly larger than the previous iteration of War Mode—and never closes in or changes location throughout the duration of the game.
  • Getting kills and knocks (when your opponent is “down but not out”) earns points for your team. The first team to get 200 points wins.
    • Kill: +3 points
    • Knocks: +1 point
    • Own Team Kill / Own Team Knock: -5 points
  • If no team reaches 200 points before the 15-minute time limit, the team with the highest score will be declared the winner.
  • Each time you’re killed, you’ll respawn in planes that fly by every 40 seconds.

On top of the above rules, weather is locked at sunset, bleedout damage is increased, revive time is decreased, care packages are disabled, and the red zone is disabled.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is available now on Xbox One and PC.

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War Mode returns in PUBG’s latest Event Mode

War Mode: Desert Knights is this week's Event Mode for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.

By Matthew Bennett | 05/3/2018 05:53 AM PT | Updated 05/3/2018 05:54 AM PT

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War Mode returns this weekend in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds‘ War Mode: Desert Knights Event Mode.

From today, May 3rd at 7 p.m. PT until May 6th at 7 p.m. PT 10 five-man squads will battle for supremacy on Miramar.

For those who missed the previous limited-time mode, War Mode puts players into one of 10 five-man squads and sees them battle in a small area of the map. All players will start in the plane with a random care package weapon, a level three vest, and a level three helmet, and players will respawn in the plane upon death. Take a look at the full rules for the mode below:

  • All players are grouped up in teams of five. Each game will have a maximum of 50 players (up to ten full teams).
  • Immediately after the plane gets into the air, the safe zone is visible on the map.
  • The safe zone is small—but slightly larger than the previous iteration of War Mode—and never closes in or changes location throughout the duration of the game.
  • Getting kills and knocks (when your opponent is “down but not out”) earns points for your team. The first team to get 200 points wins.
    • Kill: +3 points
    • Knocks: +1 point
    • Own Team Kill / Own Team Knock: -5 points
  • If no team reaches 200 points before the 15-minute time limit, the team with the highest score will be declared the winner.
  • Each time you’re killed, you’ll respawn in planes that fly by every 40 seconds.

On top of the above rules, weather is locked at sunset, bleedout damage is increased, revive time is decreased, care packages are disabled, and the red zone is disabled.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is available now on Xbox One and PC.

Read More

Source: Steam



About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89