PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 4 Challenges – Tips and Tricks

Payload 2.0 sounds hot!

The halfway point of Season 15 takes us back on the road. It’s not quite the round trip past seasons have forced us on, but there’s a lot of distance talk going on here. It’s a varied one for kill missions, too, so not only will you need to use SMGs in perfect conditions, you’ll also have to get to grips and make peace with the incredibly difficult and criminally underused Crossbow.

As always, this week’s PUBG Mobile mission list is down below. If you’re gunning to finish this off during the EZ Mission License period, don’t worry too much about the Payload 2.0 missions. The mode isn’t out yet, and presumably won’t be until next Tuesday. Either skip the lot or focus on the one that doesn’t want you in a Flamethrower mounted machine.

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PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 4

PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 4 Mission List

Free Missions

  1. Aid Mission: Kill 28 enemies with SMGs in Sanhok in Classic mode
  2. Choice Mission
      • Land on any rooftop in Paradise Resort (Sanhok) 3 times in Classic mode
      • Land on any rooftop in Pecado (Miramar) 3 times in Classic mode
      • Land on any rooftop in Sosnovka Military Base (Erangel) 3 times in Classic mode
  3. Kill 2 enemies with Grenade from 17 meters away in Classic mode
  4. Pick up Crossbow in 5 matches in Classic mode
  5. Pick up Extended Quickdraw Mag (AR) in 16 matches in Erangel
  6. Reach Platinum or above in Classic mode

Elite Missions

  1. Friend Bonus: Kill an enemy from 100 meters away 4 times in Classic mode
  2. Choice Mission
      • Travel for a total of 4000 meters while driving a Monster Truck in Classic mode
      • Deal 2000 damage while driving a Mounter Flamethrower in Payload 2.0
      • Travel more than 12,000 meters while driving a UH60 Helicopter in Payload 2.0
  3. Kill a total of 25 enemies in Arena
  4. Use bandages 30 times in Classic mode

PUBG Mobile Season 15 rewards

PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 4 Royale Pass Missions

Aid Mission: Kill 28 enemies with SMGs in Sanhok in Classic mode

Sanhok is a haven for the SMG. While it’s just as open as other maps, it’s settlements are generally small and feature plenty of structures to make the perfect concrete jungle. Bootcamp, Paradise Resort, and Ha Tinh are the most popular of the bunch, so head to either (or all) or them to rack up the kills. Just kit yourself out with a fully specced gun before doing so. Rapid reloads and a longer magazine can really go a long way. Obviously going in as a squad can really speed this up.

Choice Mission

  1. Land on any rooftop in Paradise Resort (Sanhok) 3 times in Classic mode
    • Well isn’t this convenient? Land on Paradise Resort, grab an SMG, and go to town: literally! Make Ha Tinh or Bootcamp your next destination to wrap up the Aid mission while you’re at it.
  2. Land on any rooftop in Pecado (Miramar) 3 times in Classic mode
    • Pecado, from a distance, at least, looks like a tricky on to land on. But it really isn’t. The rooftops are spaced out, but not apart. Focus on a particular area of the map and you’ll have no issues.
  3. Land on any rooftop in Sosnovka Military Base (Erangel) 3 times in Classic mode
    • The C-shaped roof cluster of Sosnovka Military Base houses the best loot around. If you’re serious about surviving your trip, land there.

Kill 2 enemies with Grenade from 17 meters away in Classic mode

17 meters isn’t very far away at all. If you toss one from the corner of a building to another, it’s probably 17 meters, making in-cover combat a good source of the perfect pineapple explosion. If you’re up for being a movie star, chancing it with a sniper nest can work wonders, too. Get in close, lob it through a sniper’s window, and watch them struggle. Toward the end of a match, the grenade can be used to force the final player out of cover, so keep one on hand.

Pick up Crossbow in 5 matches in Classic mode

Once you nail the trajectory of the Crossbow’s bolts, it becomes a weapon you’ll want to grab in every match. It’s potential to one-shot anyone regardless of armor is irresistible, but it takes a trained hand to manage. To get that training, you need to pick one up, and this mission is a great excuse to do so. You shouldn’t have to look hard, either. Crossbows show up just about anywhere.

Pick up Extended Quickdraw Mag (AR) in 16 matches in Erangel

With all the Assualt Rifle missions we get, knowledge of the Extended Quickdraw Mag should be second nature. It’s a semi-niche item that can get picked up without you realizing fairly easily, so this mission should largely complete itself over time. Which is good given you have to do it 16 times overall. It’s the first on this week’s list we’d say to not really think much about. It’ll happen.

Reach Platinum or above in Classic mode

One of the main reasons players can struggle to reach Platinum really is the wrong mentality. PUBG Mobile isn’t about racking up the highest kill count. It’ll help in your end ranking and evaluation for sure, but survival is the main objective. This can be done by avoiding the one thing that will end your run: combat.

It might not fit the reason why you started the game in the first place, but by refocusing your trigger happy tendencies towards trying to survive just one more circle collapse is the key to climbing to what isn’t even that high a ranking. That’s the advice here: slow down, chill out, and only fight when necessary.

PUBG Mobile season 15 week 4

PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 4 Elite Royale Pass Missions

Friend Bonus: Kill an enemy from 100 meters away 4 times in Classic mode

One hundred meters isn’t all that far. It’s just about where gun damage starts to drop off in most cases, but also the bare minimum range you’d want to whip out a decent sniper rifle. Your best bet for this is either picking off targets from a nest; like a tall building out watchtower, or get a 4x scope for your favorite assault rifle. SMGs aren’t going to cut it at this distance, and although you could get away with a Desert Eagle early in a match, a standard AR will make things easier. Just try to hunt somewhere closed. Having to constantly look over your shoulder in case of a flank is too much stress.

Choice Mission

  1. Travel for a total of 4000 meters while driving a Monster Truck in Classic mode
    • Traveling across a single coast of Erangel is enough to tick this one off. The monster truck might be a little slow and prone to grabbing too much attention, but you won’t have to take it too far.
  2. Deal 2000 damage while driving a Mounter Flamethrower in Payload 2.0
    • With Payload 2.0 not even being out yet, we can’t really comment on this. It sounds cool, though. Good luck!
  3. Travel more than 12,000 meters while driving a UH60 Helicopter in Payload 2.0
    • How different can a helicopter be, anyway? 12,000 meters is equivalent to a return trip from one corner of Erangel to the opposite. Choppers are inherently faster than most vehicles in the game and don’t have to avoid objects on the ground. Missiles are a concern, though. A big one.

Kill a total of 25 enemies in Arena

Assault or Deathmatch both need a team to score 50 kills to win. Between a team of four, that’s already around 12 kills each if there’s no dead weight on the team (there’s always dead weight on the team.) If you like the linearity of a King of the Hill style mode, Domination can get you these kills fast. Otherwise, Deathmatch and its Ruins variant will offer up some meaningful practice you can take into future Classic runs.

Gun Game can be difficult if you get stuck on a weapon you’re unfamiliar with, but again, it can be a worthwhile experience all things considered. The focus here is to just have fun. Aggressive tactics actually work in your favor here.

Use bandages 30 times in Classic mode

Healing up between (or during) fights is key to long-term survival in PUBG Mobile. You should always be maxed out on your Bandage supply. It takes far more than one to heal you back to full health in most cases, so you’ll work your way up to 30 uses in no time once you get the hang of healing on the go.

Let the time it takes to use a single one sink in.Once you learn how long a bandage takes to apply, you’ll be finding the tiniest window in a heated fight to heal up and turn a loss into a win. Important lessons are learned with this mission.


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