PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 2 Challenges – Tips and Tricks

Season 15 continues after the release of PUBG Mobile 1.0!

Like past iterations, PUBG Mobile Season 15 rewards repeat buyers with a head start on its weekly missions. Rather than unlocking the season early, however, it unlocks two weeks’ worth of missions in one go. That means just as Week 1 has appeared for F2P and less financially free players, avid fans have access to the second weekly mission list already.

Like any other set of weekly missions, we’ve outlined the lot below to give you a tips and tricks guide of indeterminate usefulness. Here’s your guide to Season 15 Week 2 and the complete mission list.

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PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 2

PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 2 Mission List

Free Missions

  1. Aid Mission: Finish in the Top 10 in Livik 12 times in Classic mode
  2. Choice Mission
    • Complete 10 matches with friends in Classic mode
    • Complete 10 matches in friends in Team Arena
    • Kill 6 enemies with Shotguns in Livik in Classic mode
  3. Win a Classic match 1 times while wearing a Spetsnaz Helmet (Lv. 3)
  4. Kill 7 enemies with Shotguns in Erangel in Classic mode
  5. Pick up Desert Eagle in 8 matches in Classic mode
  6. Pick up Mk12 in 10 matches in Classic mode

Elite Missions

  1. Friend Bonus: Deal a total of 800 damage in a single match in Classic mode
  2. Choice Mission
      • Kill 18 enemies with Assault Rifles in Sahmee (Sanhok) in Classic mode
      • Kill 20 enemies with Assault Rifles in Pochinki (Erangel) in Classic mode
      • Kill 16 enemies with Assault Rifles in San Martin (Miramar) in Classic mode
  3. Pick up 8x scope in 3 matches in Classic mode
  4. Complete 14 matches with friends in any mode

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PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 2 Royale Pass Missions

Aid Mission: Finish in the Top 10 in Livik 12 times in Classic mode

After only one week in the limelight, we’re already being ushered back to Livik. Being PUBG Mobile’s first truly purpose built map it makes sense for the developers to highlight its worth. After all, it did get a new seven shell shotgun in the newest update.

It’s not as bad as it seems. Livik features half the players of most other maps, so getting to the Top 10 doesn’t mean a Top 10% finish. You don’t have to go pro to clear this, and if you squad up, you should be able to hit multiple notches in a single run.

Choice Mission

  1. Complete 10 matches with friends in Classic mode
    • This one encourages the purpose of the Aid mission even more. Team up on Livik to kill two birds with one stone. Or just choose whichever Classic map you prefer.
  2. Complete 10 matches in friends in Team Arena
    • If your buds are the more action-oriented type, Team Arena matches are the quicker option. You don’t have to win either.
  3. Kill 6 enemies with Shotguns in Livik in Classic mode
    • Gee, I wonder why this mission is here. If you’re not up for teaming up for the Aid mission, go it solo and use that new shotgun to rip and tear.

Win a Classic match 1 time while wearing a Spetsnaz Helmet (Lv. 3)

It’s sad when this one slips out of the Elite Royale Pass mission list. It’s not the most tantalizing challenge for those who don’t like forking out cash for the tougher gigs.

Spetsnaz Helmets come from Air Drops. Our go-to advice is typically to hang back and pick off players who attempt to grab the loot for themselves. If you’re one of them, use a car and smoke grenades to create a clouded path. Rush in, loot, get out.

Kill 7 enemies with Shotguns in Erangel in Classic mode

This is a bit of an extension to the S1897 mission from Week 1. If you managed to learn a thing or two from that old piece of kit, apply those to something newer and have at it.

Shotguns excel at close range. There’s little point holding one close to your chest when you’re running around a field. Use them to storm a house in an explosive manner, or sneak around buildings and alleyways to get the drop on unsuspecting AR users and snipers.

You’re free to use the S1897 again, but newer models give more breathing room with semi-auto fire.

Pick up Desert Eagle in 8 matches in Classic mode

Starting to notice a trend here? Me too. In the opposite fashion, last week’s generic pistol mission has been reduced to a single weapon in that class. Thankfully, the Desert Eagle can work as a medium-range blaster where its weaker siblings only handle close-range skirmishes. They’re not all too rare, either, so have a good look around, grab it, and slap a dot sight on for some sniper-like shots in a pinch.

Of course, you don’t have to kill anyone with the weapon in question for this mission. You just need to pick one up. Give it a try, though. There’s a reason people call it the Hand Cannon.

Pick up Mk12 in 10 matches in Classic mode

Here’s even more proof that Week 2 is all about Livik. I feel bad for the EZ Mission License holders having to juggle two very different themes right off the bat.

The Mk12 is a marksman/sniper rifle exclusive to Livik, so if you haven’t played there much, expect a bit of a learning curve with this new gun. It prominently features a frontal support, so sitting it on a surface like a window ledge, rock, or the ground itself is for the best.

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PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 2 Elite Royale Pass Missions

Friend Bonus: Deal a total of 800 damage in a single match in Classic mode

Dealing 800 points of damage in a single run is something only experienced players can expect to pull off. It’s likely why this mission is technically tucked away behind a paywall.

You’ll need to make it close to the Top 3 to net a score like this. Fluid gameplay strategy is of course a key contributor. Aggressive tactics usually lead to better results, but with the changing nature of the map as a Classic match goes on, you’ll have to adapt to altering play conditions to pull this off. Fantastic situational awareness and a willingness to switch out your kit accordingly is highly recommended.

Choice Mission

  1. Kill 18 enemies with Assault Rifles in Sahmee (Sanhok) in Classic mode
    • Sahmee’s dense skyline makes it a tricky spot for ARs. Either stick to the middle or keep to the ends of its southern alleyway. Anywhere else is SMG territory.
  2. Kill 20 enemies with Assault Rifles in Pochinki (Erangel) in Classic mode
    • Now this is prime AR territory. A hunting ground, if you will. Pochinki is like playing Crossfire in Call of Duty 4. Sublime.
  3. Kill 16 enemies with Assault Rifles in San Martin (Miramar) in Classic mode
    • Dilapidated buildings and rubble all around make San Martin another great choice for Assault Rifle missions. Avoid its larger buildings, though.

Pick up 8x scope in 3 matches in Classic mode

Despite how rare they may sound, 8x scopes can be found out in the field. They’re uncommon for sure, but you won’t have to risk your skin with air drops to get your hands on one (or three).

The 8x scope is considered a must-have, so even though you could theoretically toss one after a pickup, you should really keep hold of it.

Complete 14 matches with friends in any mode

Just have fun with this one. Sure, you could run a bunch of Arcade matches to clear it quickly, but spending time with friends is important. 14 matches is a lot, so take your time and split things between whichever modes your pals like best. Think of this as chill out time rather than yet another weekly mission.

I do wholeheartedly recommend a spot of Gun Game, though.


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  1. Livik is the best map ever and I hate Erangel so much that, I used mission cards to complete all Erangel missions.
    Sanhok is best for snaking and Miramar for sniping, Vikendi for killing bots.
    Skip ‘Erangel’ if you don’t want to get killed by these so called ‘pros’

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