PUBG Mobile Season 12 Week 8 Challenges – Tips and Tricks

Snipers, this is your week!

The final week of Season 12 marks the end of the PUBG Mobile 2nd Anniversary celebrations. It’ll soon be time to get back to normality. But before we can relax, there’s a final set of missions to complete, and there’s a big focus on snipers, headshots, and Miramar. For the last time this season, here’s your guide to the PUBG Mobile Season 12 Week 8 missions.

PUBG Mobile Season 12 Week 8 Mission List

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Free Missions

  1. Choice Mission
    • Finish in the Top 20 in Miramar 5 times in Classic mode
    • Occupy the base 8 times in Domination
  2. Land more than 1500 meters away from the airplane 2 times
  3. Win a Classic match 2 times while wearing a Military Vest (Lv. 3)
  4. Land on any rooftop in San Martin (Miramar) 3 times in Classic mode
  5. Open 4 Air Drops in Classic mode
  6. Win 8 times in Arena

Elite Missions

  1. Pick up 4x Scope over 10 matches in Classic mode
  2. Choice Mission
    • Deal 3500 damage in Arctic Mode
    • Kill 8 enemies with Bolt Action Rifles in Miramar in Classic mode
    • Kill 15 enemies with SMGs in Erangel in Classic mode
  3. Kill 6 enemies with headshots in Classic mode
  4. Kill 6 enemies with Kar98k in any mode

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PUBG Mobile Season 12 Week 8 Royale Pass Missions

Choice Mission

  1. Finish in the Top 20 in Miramar 5 times in Classic mode
    • There’s a big focus on Miramar this week. With few man-made chokes, it’s a good map for hiding away until the herd thins. Not a bad choice for the passive player.
  2. Occupy the base 8 times in Domination
    • This one obviously depends on your team, but it shouldn’t prove too difficult. Assuming it doesn’t mean completely capture a point and teams are evenly matched, you can do this in a single round.

Land more than 1500 meters away from the airplane 2 times

This mission may sound a little confusing, but it’s actually pretty straightforward. It’s asking you to land a good distance away from where you jumped. That means no diving. Just jump, choose a direction, and glide. If we’re looking at Miramar again, 1500 meters is the distance between Power Grid and Minas Generales.

Win a Classic match 2 times while wearing a Military Vest (Lv. 3)

Finding a Lv. 3 vest is mostly down to pure luck, but you can up your chances by landing at high-tier loot locations and putting up a good fight. Beyond that, fishing it from targets later in the game is another highly likely scenario, which should have this one complete naturally given you need to win the match to clear it. If you’re late in a game without one, consider staking out an airdrop.

Land on any rooftop in San Martin (Miramar) 3 times in Classic mode

It’s Miramar again! San Martin is a relatively small (but hectic) settlement in the northwest portion of the map. There are plenty of rooftops to aim for here, but you’ll have to navigate away from debris, too. The further from the center you go, the more chance you’ll have to survive the droves of others landing there too.

Open 4 Air Drops in Classic mode

Another reason to scout out air drops for the armor mission. These are the loot boxes that periodically drop from planes during a match and spout smoke to alert virtually everyone to its position.

Trying to loot one is a high-risk adventure, but with a couple of smoke grenades and maybe a car, you can rush in, hide, and get out. Just take some time to survey the land before you charge in. There’s almost always somebody else running at the box.

Win 8 times in Arena

Arena consists of Team Deathmatch, Assault, and Domination — the latter being a choice mission up above. These are small, team-based activities on unique maps with unlimited respawns, so they’re suitable for all types of players.

The time it’ll take to clear this will depend on your team, but it’s a good choice for a mission skip ticket if you’re not having much luck with random squads. Click the links above to check out the guides we have for each mode.

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PUBG Mobile Season 12 Week 8 Elite Royale Pass Missions

Pick up 4x Scope over 10 matches in Classic mode

The 4x scope is one of the more sought-after items in any match. It’s viable throughout a whole match, turning virtually any assault rifle into a pseudo-sniper.

They’re not too rare, but if you ever struggle to find one out in the open, the longer you in the match, the better chance you have of looting one from a target. The 4x scope is recommended for everyone — even if they don’t have a gun that supports it straight away–making it a pretty common sight in death boxes.

Choice Mission

  1. Deal 3500 damage in Arctic Mode
    • Arctic mode isn’t too different from your standard Battle Royale. There’s just less moving around. That being said, 3500 damage across a smaller overall match is difficult. Very difficult, in fact.
  2. Kill 8 enemies with Bolt Action Rifles in Miramar in Classic mode
    • Another curious case of Miramar being the focus of the week. With the Kar98k being a common sight and there being hill aplenty here, picking off 8 targets shouldn’t be too difficult.
  3. Kill 15 enemies with SMGs in Erangel in Classic mode
    • They key to the SMG is to respect its recoil. Use it in close-quarters combat to let the bullets fly fast and accurately. Stay indoors or around smaller settlements and outposts to get this done.

Kill 6 enemies with headshots in Classic mode

You can pair this with a bunch of the Miramar missions with ease. There’s another down below that gels well with the choice mission above, so if you’re seriousabout getting this week’s missions done quick, focus on landing on a roof in Miramar and picking off foes with the Kar98k

Kill 6 enemies with Kar98K in any mode

Six kills with a weapon designed with headshots in mind? Why, this mission is virtually the same one as above, and will put you in a great position to grab two more kills for the choice mission right after. The Kar98K is everywhere, and with the right scope, it’s ready to clean up.


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