PUBG Mobile Season 12 Week 5 Challenges – Tips and Tricks

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PUBG Mobile Season 12 Week 5 missions are here. This isn’t an April Fools joke. We’re already in week five of what still feels like a brand new season. We’re all still hustling for the neon-punk skins, but Tencent has this week decreed the 2Gether We Play slogan to be the focus of its challenge missions. There’s a lot of co-op to be done, so grab a friend (or three) and read up on the latest PUBG Mobile challenges.

PUBG Mobile Season 12 Week 5 Mission List

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PUBG Mobile Season 12 Week 4 missions

Free Missions

  1. Choice Mission
    • Land on any rooftop in Schoool (Erangel) 3 times in Classic mode
    • Land on any rooftop in Ha Tinh (Sanhok) 3 times in Classic mode
    • Land on any rooftop in Water Treatment (Miramar) 3 times in classic mode
  2. Open 5 Air Drops in Classic mo
  3. Kill 10 enemies with SKS in any mode
  4. Pick up Military Vest (Lv. 3) over 10 matches in Classic mode
  5. Pick up Frag Grenade over 20 enemies in Classic mode
  6. Kill 20 enemies with UMP45 in any mode

Elite Missions

  1. Choice Mission
    • Complete 10 matches with friends in Classic mode
    • Complete 14 matches with Friends in Team Arena
    • Complete 8 matches with Friends in Payload
  2. Deal 1500 damage in a single match in Arena
  3. Survive for a total of 100 minutes in Classic mode
  4. Carry teammates in a vehicle for a total of 10,000 meters in Classic mode

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PUBG Mobile Season 12 Week 5 Royale Pass Missions

Choice Mission

  1. Land on any rooftop in Schoool (Erangel) 3 times in Classic mode
    • One of the most popular Erangel spots outside of Georgopol and the Military Base. Land here if you’re itching for a fight.
  2. Land on any rooftop in Ha Tinh (Sanhok) 3 times in Classic mode
    • More space than School, but equally as deadly. Ha Tinh is not for those who need a few minutes to set up.
  3. Land on any rooftop in Water Treatment (Miramar) 3 times in classic mode
    • Found just north of San Martin, there’s a lot of cover to shield you from fire here. Just be mindful of the varying terrain levels.

Open 5 Air Drops in Classic mode

Here’s one the vast majority of us are bound to use a skip ticket on. Opening air drops is one of the most dangerous things you can do in PUBG Mobile. If you’re not tossing in smokes or driving up to it with a UAZ, don’t bother. You need to come prepared.

Kill 10 enemies with SKS in any mode

Being a DMR, the SKS is limited to sniping opponents from medium range, But when it strikes from an optimal distance, it really stings. This semiautomatic rifle is at its best with an extended mag and a 4x scope. You can go for the incredible 8x scope, but damage really falls at that kind of distance.

Pick up Laser Sight over 12 matches in Classic mode

There’s no right or wrong place to pick up the laser sight in PUBG Mobile. But with how many times the game wants you to find one to complete this mission, don’t think too much about where to find it. Let it find you.

Pick up Military Vest (Lv. 3) over 10 matches in Classic mode

There’s no right or wrong place to pick up a Lv. 3 vest in PUBG Mobile. Unlike the Spetnaz helmet, there’s no alternative of the same level. Dropping into a high-tier loot location like Erangel’s Military Base can increase your odds of finding one, but it’ll also increase your chances of dying to someone who grabbed it before you.

Instead, let the vest find you. If you tend to make it to the Top 10, you’ll probably pick one up from a dead player if you don’t find one elsewhere. Don’t think too much about this one.

Pick up Frag Grenade over 20 matches in Classic mode

On the other end of the rarity spectrum, we have the Frag Grenade. They’re not quite as common as the lonely smoke, but you’ll be hard pressed to not trip up over one of these in every match.

What this mission is saying with its optimistic 20 match counter is that it just wants you to know these things exist. If you’re a frequent Top 10 placer, you already know this. If not, that’s why you’re dying long before you get there.

PUBG Mobile Season 12 Week 5

PUBG Mobile Season 12 Week 5 Elite Royale Pass Missions

Choice Mission

  1. Complete 10 matches with friends in Classic mode
    • Unless you’re dropping in to die fast, this one will take some time. Let it come naturally, or just jump in to die if your friends don’t have much time.
  2. Complete 14 matches with Friends in Team Arena
    • This might take an hour or two, but you’re guaranteed to come out of it a better duelist. Arena matches are hectic and great training for squads.
  3. Complete 8 matches with Friends in Payload
    • Unless you and your friends just really like to watch things go boom, this ain’t it, Chief.

Deal 1500 damage in a single match in Arena

Another reason to check out the stellar Arena modes. 1500 damage is the equivalent of dropping 15 foes from max HP. That’s a fairly good result in an Arena mode.

What helps here, though, is that HP regenerates in these modes very quickly, meaning one long brawl against a single foe could result in a good chunk of progress without actually securing a kill. Just play well and you’ll get this done. Play to your strengths, though. If you prefer SMGs, stick to close range. that sort of thing.

Survive for a total of 100 minutes in Classic mode

This one is kind enough to count in seconds, so you’ll know exactly how much more you have left to play. If you’re a regular in Classic mode, this will come very naturally. There’s no real challenge to it.

A classic match lasts around 15-25 minutes on average, but placing high can have it last longer. For most people, this should be about six or seven matches depending on your skill level. If you’re not a Classic fan, just camp out in a house and run with the edge of the circle.

Carry teammates in a vehicle for a total of 10,000 meters in Classic mode

In times like these, Tencent really shouldn’t be sending us on road trips. Not again. If you notice an upsurge in people spinning cars to run you over, this is why.

The most fun way to bash this out is certainly to go for the long road trip around the outer edges of your favorite map once or twice, but chasing down a guy with no gun is a blast, too. Again; not much challenge to this one. It’s just a chore unless you let it happen naturally.


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