Online mobile game PUBG mobile has been in the news for all the wrong reasons and has even faced action by government authorities for its addictive nature. But even as questions are raised against the game, its developers Tencent has made plans to somehow monetise this otherwise free game. Mobile has finally brought PUBG Prime and PUBG Prime Plus subscriptions to the platform.
The game is essentially free for Android and iOS users but now after the 0.11.5 update for PUBG Mobile has finally brought PUBG Prime and PUBG Prime Plus subscriptions to the platform. Both plans will offer free daily UC, Royale Pass points, purchasing from the shop with BP and daily 80 percent discount on Crates and more.
The PUBG Mobile update 0.11.5 was rolled out with a promise of PUBG Mobile Prime and PUBG Mobile Prime Plus subscriptions to be introduced in April and now, the PUBG membership plans are available in-game. PUBG Mobile Prime membership is priced at Rs. 85 and Rs. 79 per month for Android and iOS users, respectively. On the other hand, PUBG Mobile Prime Plus membership is priced at Rs. 400 and Rs. 419 per month for Android and iOS users, respectively. However, after the first month, the PUBG Mobile Prime Plus membership will cost Rs. 799 for iOS users.
After purchasing Prime membership, players will be able to purchase items with BP and collect 5 UC daily for a total of 150 UC. On the other hand, with PUBG Mobile Prime Plus membership, players will be able to collect 20 UC daily for a total of 600 UC, earn 10 RP points per day, purchase items with BP, avail daily discounts on different items and a 50 per cent off on first classic crate lottery every day.