The start of December marks the official halfway point of PUBG Mobile Season 10. It’s week four, people, and that means it’s time for RP reward emotes to get you killed! If you’re having trouble clearing some of this week’s missions, this Season 10 Week 4 mission guide could give you the insight you need to put it behind you.
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PUBG Mobile Season 10 Week 4 Royale Pass Missions
Land on top of any building in the school area 3 times – 50 RP
A simple enough way to kick off this week’s challenges. Landing on top of any building means having the patience to circle above your target location like an eagle waiting to swoop on a mouse. You might have to glide over to School first if the plane doesn’t fly over it, but at least that gives you time to take in the scenery.
After that, be prepared to fight for your life. Just don’t be too hasty in your retreat; it’s usually a good idea to camp on the roof for at least 5-10 seconds to give the game a chance to register the landing.
Kill 5 enemies with Kar98K – 100 RP
The Kar98K sniper rifle is a bolt-action classic. A staple of the TDM game mode. Deathmatch mode kills won’t tick this one-off, so you’ll have to get lucky and find it out in a standard match. It’s available on every map, so just pick your favorite, track it down, and get to work.
The Kar98K requires a decent scope and a steady hand. The need to essentially reload after every single shot means if you’re not popping someone in one hit, they’ll have time to retaliate unless you switch to another weapon.
Kill 20 enemies with SCAR-L – 50 RP
One of the most balanced assault rifles in the game, the SCAR-L swaps out high damage for tighter control compared to some of its siblings. Combined with burst fire, it’s a weapon worthy of a scope for picking off medium-range targets.
It’s another weapon you can find on just about any map, and its uncommon rarity means it shouldn’t be too hard to come by. Once in your hand, slot a 3x scope on if you’re roaming around open areas, and swap it out for a standard red-dot sight in towns and camps. Anyone with body armor will need a double helping of burst, so don’t be shy to squeeze the trigger more than once.
Use the “Bow” emote in Pochinki – 50 RP
Now halfway through the season, we’ve reached the point where RP reward emotes are necessary to clear the lot. The “bow” emote is just that, so you may need to clear a few other challenges before you can unlock what’s needed to clear this. Once you have it, it’s a simple matter of landing or driving down to Pochinki, bowing down to whoever is around to shoot you in the head and call it a day. You need a rest.
Kill an enemy 18 meters or more away with a grenade twice – 50 RP
Honestly, use a skip ticket for this. It’s not that getting a grenade kill it particularly difficult, but having this mission objective in the back of your mind will probably lead you to many dud throws and wasted matches. If you want to do it the hard way, tossing pineapples through windows to deal with snipers and campers is usually the best bet. Let’s just hope your throwing arm is good enough.
Kill 5 enemies with S1897 – 50 RP
The S1897 is one of the most common shotguns in the game. Its pump-action mechanism lands it in a similar position as the Kar98K in terms of how open you leave yourself to a counter-attack if you miss a shot, but it’s strong enough to drop anyone but a Lv. 3 armor wearer in a single perfect shot.
It’s another gun you’ll find on just about any map, and pretty quickly, too. We recommend going aggressive with this gun early in a match to take down foes with little armor. Then play it safe and sneak up on enemies later in the match to tear through their bolstered defenses.
PUBG Mobile Season 10 Week 3 Elite Royale Pass Missions
Kill an enemy from 80 meters away 3 times – 75 RP
80 meters is a pretty long distance to land any bullet. Plenty of PUBG Mobile guns begin to lose their effectiveness at this kind of range, after all. The easiest way to clear it is with a purpose-made sniper rifle with a proper scope. The one you’ll find in an air drop will tick this off in no time, but most snipers outside of the Kar98K will work. Heck, even that one can work given you don’t need to get all three kills in a single match.
Reach Platinum tier or above – 75 RP
Get good is all we can say here. Reaching Gold tier is usually just a matter of putting in the time, but making it to Platinum means having a sense of how to win a match.If you’re having trouble making it to the big leagues, we recommend making a habit of watching established players.
Either spectate whoever kills you late in a match and take in their strategies, or watch a popular YouTuber or esports professional and get taking some mental notes.
Get a Lv. 3 Helmet in 10 matches – 75 RP
Tracking down a Lv. 3 helmet usually means either risking your life to chase down an air drop, or looting it from a corpse later in a match. Don’t expect to tick this one off fast if you’re not a regular in the top 10.
Kill at least 2 enemies from the same Squad 2 times in Classic mode – 150 RP
Popping off squads in squad matches usually isn’t too difficult. Not at the start of a round, anyway. If you want to stand the best chance of clearing this, be sure to stick to your strengths. If you’re a more covert player, sneak up behind an opposing team when your own squad is caught in a firefight. If you’re the more aggressive type, stick with your squad and be sure to use cover to your advantage.
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