PUBG Mobile Season 11 Release Date confirmed for new Royal Pass
PUBG Mobile has confirmed the release date for the games Season 11 update and new Royal Pass content.
An update shared by the PUBG Mobile support team told fans that the next season would launch this week.
The PUBG Mobile Season 11 release date has been confirmed to arrive Friday, January 10, 2020.
The message from the Tencent development team teased:
"The future is almost here! Royale Pass Season 11 Operation Tomorrow is launching on January 10!"
The images for the new season pass also appear to confirm a futuristic theme to Season 11.
For the time being it hasn't been confirmed when server downtime will take place for the new update.
However, we would imagine that the new season downtime would likely come Thursday evening/early Friday morning for players in the UK.
The download would then be released for the new season, however, as with most mobile updates, it may not always roll out to all players and Smartphone OS at the same time.
Patch Notes for the new Season 11 update (v0.16.5) have not been shared officially from the developer
However, reliable PUBG Mobile leaked Mr Ghost Gaming has revealed plenty of info about the new season already in several videos on YouTube.
Some of the new content coming to the game includes new skins for the AWM and DP28 weapons as well as new skins for the parachute and bag.
Equally we should see plenty of new emotes and a lot of new character skins introduced, as per any start to a new season.
It's also believed that players can also look forward to a new Snow bike, something that was introduced in the PC PUBG game some months back.
It's expected that the Snow Bike will replace the existing motorbike from the Vikendi map.
News of this next big update for the game arrives following some positive news for the game after it was revealed that PUBG Mobile had generated $8.5 million from in-game spending on Christmas day, alone.
According to the analysts at Sensor Tower , that's up 431% from the $1.6 million spent in the game on Christmas 2018.
Tencent's mobile BR game led spending for the games category on Christmas, but the analysts believe this accounted for just 5% of the games overall profit for the month of December.
“Version 0.16, released on December 11, introduced PUBG Mobile's ‘Winter Festival,’ which may have got players into a festive mood,” Katie Williams, mobile insights strategist at Sensor Tower commented to GameDaily .
“It's also likely that the natural downtime on and around Christmas Day gave players greater opportunity to unwind with the game (and thus, greater opportunity to spend).”
Whilst the traditional PUBG game continues to decline on consoles, it feels as though PUBG Mobile is set to dominate the mobile scene for some time.
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