Recently, the developers of PUBG Mobile released the next iteration of the beta, that is, version 1.3.
The new Karakin map is undoubtedly one of the most exciting additions to this edition. New firearms, including a Mosin Nagant sniper rifle and a Panzerfust, have also been added to the beta version.
Players can download the PUBG Mobile 1.3 Global Edition beta using an APK file and test all new features before the actual release. This article provides a guide for similar downloads.
(Disclaimer: PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite are banned in India. Therefore, users of the country are strictly advised not to download the game)
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Downloading PUBG Mobile 1.3 Global Version Beta using APK file
APK download link: click here
Gamers can follow these steps to download and install PUBG Mobile’s 1.3 Global version beta.
step 1: They have to download the APK file from the link given above. The file size is 624 MB.
stage 2: Subsequently, users have to locate and install the APK. They have to enable the ‘install from unknown source’ option before doing so.
step 3: After the installation is complete, they can open the PUBG Mobile Beta version and select the desired resource pack.
step 4: After the download is complete, gamers will have to press the guest button.
Step 5: A dialog box appears from which they enter the activation code.
(Note: Users must bind or link their global accounts with the beta one to access it. For this, they need an activation code or binding code from the global version. They should not share the code because their official Server account will be penalized. For any breach in test server)
Step 6: After entering the code in the text field, they have to press the yellow button below.
Players can now enjoy testing all the new features in the beta version of the game.
If users encounter a parsing error while installing the PUBG Mobile Beta version, they may consider downloading the APK file again and following the steps described above.
As it is a beta version, it may contain some bugs and glits. Therefore, players are expected to report them to developers using the in-game report option.
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Published 06 February 2021 09:35 AM