PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 5 Challenges – Tips and Tricks

Get in the car, PUBG Man!

Week 5 of PUBG Mobile Season 15 sees the return of the road trip. And not the short one. The full 20,000 meter challenge is back, but there’s a reason not to attempt one long lap around Erangel stuffed in at the end of the free mission list. There’s plenty of Classic match objectives in this week’s challenges, but you will have to break things up with plenty of Arena matches to clear the set as well. Given the fact the word “classic” appears 12 times in the 14 entry mission itinerary, it’s clear where the priorities lie this time around. You don’t even have to try Payload 2.0 if you’re not up for feeling the heat of grenade launchers, choppers, and the “bomber suit.”

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PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 5

PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 5 Mission List

Free Missions

  1. Aid Mission: Revive teammates 24 times in Classic mode
  2. Choice Mission
      • Pick up a Bomb Suit in four matches in Payload 2.0
      • Use M416 to deal 2000 damage in Classic mode
      • Kill 3 enemies with Pan in Classic mode
  3. Finish in the Top 3 with friends two times in Classic mode
  4. Complete 14 matches in Arena
  5. Kill 20 enemies with SMGs in Livik in Classic mode
  6. Pick up Smoke Grenade in 20 matches in Classic mode

Elite Missions

  1. Friend Bonus: Kill two enemies while driving a vehicle in classic mode
  2. Choice Mission
      • Kill 16 enemies with assault rifles in Sanhok in Classic mode
      • Kill 7 enemies with Bolt Action Rifles in Vikendi in Classic mode
      • Kill 14 enemies with SMGs in Miramar in Classic mode
  3. Kill an enemy from 200 meters away two times in Classic mode
  4. Travel from a total of 20,000 meters while driving a vehicle in Classic mode

PUBG Mobile Season 15 rewards

PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 5 Royale Pass Missions

Aid Mission: Revive teammates 24 times in Classic mode

What an odd one to start with this week — picking up your clinically deceased buddies. There’s probably a way to game this one: Grenades and friendly fire come to mind. But if you’re looking to do this without resorting to reportable offenses with randoms, and have no friends willing to literally die for you, it’s best to just let this happen naturally. Downs happen, after all. Put some time into Quads and you’ll tick this one off the list. As it’s an Aid mission, it doesn’t even have to be you doing the picking up.

Choice Mission

  1. Pick up a Bomb Suit in four matches in Payload 2.0
    • The bomb suit isn’t all too uncommon in Payload 2.0, so this shouldn’t take more than the required four matches to complete. It’s just an excuse to try out the new mode.
  2. Use M416 to deal 2000 damage in Classic mode
    • One of the most popular (and common) ARs around, the M416 really needs no introduction. You’ll already know how best to use it.
  3. Kill three enemies with Pan in Classic mode
    • Skip. Just skip. As strong as the pan is, getting up close and personal three times is too much stress.

Finish in the Top 3 with friends 2 times in Classic mode

This is no easy feat for the average player. Without proper teamwork, getting through 95 percent of an entire match is a true endurance test. One slip up from just about anyone and there’s a good chance you’ll see the round disappear before your eyes. The only advice I can give here is to know who you’re teaming up with. Otherwise, this could take a while.

Complete 14 matches in Arena

Arena matches don’t take long at all. Five or 10 minutes tops. I can personally sink all 14 into Deathmatch, but if you’re the type that came to PUBG Mobile to get away from average shooter game modes, you have enough variety now to mix things up and keep things feeling fresh. TDM, Assault, Domination, and Gun Game. They’re all (okay not all) different beasts.

Kill 20 enemies with SMGs in Livik in Classic mode

Livik by design is a great SMG map. It’s much smaller than other PUBG Mobile offerings. The plains are still there for assault rifle and sniper fanatics, but the distance between them and a small settlement is drastically reduced. Slap a 2x scope on your favorite and you’ll boost its range somewhat. Just remember to stay relatively close to your target and fight back against the recoil.

Pick up Smoke Grenade in 20 matches in Classic mode

It’s back. Apparently, not enough of us use smoke grenades. That’s why this one keeps coming back every other week. At least it feels that frequent.

Smoke grenades are fantastic ways to mask your movements. They’re recommended for nabbing air drops and getting yourself out of a pin when you’re feeling boxed in — particularly toward the end of a game. They’re everywhere, too.

You won’t be able to walk far without finding a Smoke Grenade to loot. You have to grab one in 20 matches, though, so don’t expect this to clear fast. If you don’t play all that much, this might be on to use a skip ticket on despite just how easy it is on paper. It’s a time-sink more than anything.

PUBG Mobile season 15 week 5

PUBG Mobile Season 15 Week 5 Elite Royale Pass Missions

Friend Bonus: Kill 2 enemies while driving a vehicle in classic mode

Most people overcomplicate vehicle kills. The swerve near the point of impact always ends a perfectly lined-up smush as you attempt to anticipate how your target will attempt to dodge. Given it’s a natural reaction by the driver these days, targets are likely to dodge less, knowing the driver will do it for them. It’s time to flip the status-quo again.

Drive, find your target, track their movements as you get in close, and commit to your direction. Make them think you’re going to dodge so that they don’t. If you do happen to miss, drive off into the sunset on the lookout for another. Spinning back around will only make you an easy target.

Choice Mission

  1. Kill 16 enemies with assault rifles in Sanhok in Classic mode
    • Anywhere outside of key areas likes Bootcamp and Paradise Resort are prime AR spots — with the right scope, of course. If you want a reliable shooting range, camp around some of the map’s bridges for a natural chokepoint.
  2. Kill 7 enemies with Bolt Action Rifles in Vikendi in Classic mode
    • The snow-covered hills of Vikendi make spotting a target 200 yards out a breeze. Take the high-ground, cover your flank, and focus on what’s ahead of you.
  3. Kill 14 enemies with SMGs in Miramar in Classic mode
    • Avoid areas like San Martin if you’re going for this one. It’s too big. Pecado, on the other hand, is a prime SMG hunting ground.

Kill an enemy from 200 meters away 2 times in Classic mode

You’re going to want some kind of sniper rifle for this one. Bullet and damage drop-off after 100 yards is too much for even a decent AR to handle. The Win94 won’t get you too far with its non-removable scope, but the Kar98K can work wonders before players start to armor up. After that, the M24 is going to be the one to look out for. Remember to aim ever so slightly above your target if you’re going for the head at this range. If you regularly get your hands on the AWM, you don’t need my tips.

Travel from a total of 20,000 meters while driving a vehicle in Classic mode

There’s a keyword here. “Driving”. You have to be the driver for this one to count: and it’s not an Aid mission you can let someone else do for you. 20,000 meters is a full lap around Erangel’s outer edge. You don’t have to do it all in one go, but if that’s what you want, that’s the kind of road trip you’re looking at. You’ll have to grab a car and really floor it to pull that off before the circle shrinks things down, so if you’re looking for that cross-country experience, you better be quick.

Or just take it easy and let this one play out naturally as you finish up the Smoke Grenade mission. Average distance traveled multiplied by the 20 matches it takes to clear that one should result in comfortable driving experience.


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