As we begin to close in on the end of PUBG Mobile Season 17, some of the elite pass missions are starting to get tough. Eight air drops, multiple vehicle kills, and even one of the longest road trips yet will make the week six missions a nightmare for anyone but seasoned veterans of the game. Down below are plenty of tips and tricks to help you clear the lot. If week eight comes along and you’re still struggling, think about hitting up the game’s popular Discord group or the Brothers in Arms mode to get some essential experience while your teacher does the hard work.
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PUBG Mobile Season 17 Week 6 Mission List
- Friend Squad Boost: Travel for a total 30,000 meters while driving a vehicle in Classic mode.
- Choice Mission
- Kill 6 enemies with Shotguns in Livik in Classic mode.
- Kill 6 enemies with Shotguns in Miramar in Classic mode.
- Kill 6 enemies with Shotguns in Erangel in Classic mode.
- Pick up Compensator in 20 matches in Classic mode.
- Kill 20 enemies with M16A4 in Classic mode.
- Friend Bonus: Kill 4 enemies while driving a vehicle in Classic mode.
- Choice Mission
- Kill 5 enemies in a single match in Classic mode.
- Kill more than 12 players in a single match in Arena.
- Complete 2 Brothers in Arms matches.
- Open 8 Air Drops in Classic mode.
- Kill 20 enemies with SCAR-L in Classic mode.
PUBG Mobile Season 17 Week 6 Royale Pass Missions
Friend Squad Boost: Travel for a total 30,000 meters while driving a vehicle in Classic mode
The classic PUBG Mobile road trip returns for what feels like the second time this season. The distance grows, but the fun probably won’t. It’s a simple enough mission: Find a vehicle and get a move on. Whether you’re driving around the outer perimeter, teasing the circle as it collapses, or driving here, there, and everywhere like a maniac, 30,000 meters shouldn’t take too long to clear if you’re not under direct assault. You don’t have to manage the whole feat in one mad sprint. It doesn’t even have to be in the same match. Just make use of the vehicles as and when you need them, and you’ll clear this without really trying.
- Kill 6 enemies with Shotguns in Livik in Classic mode
- Being a small map, Livik is well suited to shotguns. Keep one close when you skulk around settlements and you’ll manage this.
- Kill 6 enemies with Shotguns in Miramar in Classic mode
- Smaller settlements are where you’ll want to take your shotgun for this one. San Martin at a push, but Water Treatment and Monte Nuevo are better options.
- Kill 6 enemies with Shotguns in Erangel in Classic mode
- The areas in and around Pochinki are popular and dense enough for shotguns to shine. Just steer clear of the hills.
Pick up Compensator in 20 matches in Classic mode
Each week of season 17 has attempted to introduce a staple gun attachment. This time around, it’s the compensator — a piece of equipment designed to reduce recoil and sway as you fire, decreasing the micro-management needed to stay on a target. If you’ve managed to acclimate yourself to a particular gun’s sway, using one of these can actually be detrimental for a time. Luckily, the mission only asks that you pick one up. You don’t need to use it, or even keep it on your person.
Kill 20 enemies with M16A4 in Classic mode
The M16A4 is a classic assault rifle anyone with a history of FPS games should be more than familiar with. For that reason alone, 20 kills shouldn’t be hard to obtain at all. It’s a perfectly balanced weapon, but without a full-auto setting, it’s best used at medium or long-range with a 2-4x scope. Single fire mode is great for picking off targets at a distance, whereas burst mode can quickly whittle down approaching enemies. Note how it moves with each pull of the trigger, and you’ll be taking down targets in no time.
PUBG Mobile Season 17 Week 6 Elite Royale Pass Missions
Friend Bonus: Kill 4 enemies while driving a vehicle in Classic mode
If you’re clearing 30,000 meters for the free mission above, you might as well commit vehicular manslaughter while you’re at it. Driving directly toward a target gives them a chance opportunity to fire dead ahead and kill you first. Instead, it’s best to use hills to ensure you’re only visible for a split second before you smush your opponent. As you close in, commit to the direction you’re traveling in. Don’t try to anticipate your enemy’s left or right side-step. They anticipate a swerve, so go for a head-on collision to catch them off guard.
- Kill 5 enemies in a single match in Classic mode
- So long as you play semi-aggressively and land in the top 10, getting five kills shouldn’t be a rare occurrence. Stick to Livik if you crave fast matches with plenty of engagement.
- Kill more than 12 players in a single match in Arena
- If you’re at all accustomed to mouse and keyboard play, using an emulator like Gameloop can make this incredibly easy. Just go ham. Aggressive tactics largely pay off in Arena.
- Complete 2 Brothers in Arms matches
- The Brothers in Arms mode takes the challenge out of this week’s choice missions. If you’re looking to teach or learn the ropes yourself, get involved.
Open 8 Air Drops in Classic mode
This is a true Elite Pass mission. Air drops aren’t easy to crack open. Their landing trails attract veterans, and the time it takes to open means you’re largely a sitting duck. Either wait out (and snipe) the opposition or use vehicles and smoke grenades to get in fast and cover your tracks.
Kill 20 enemies with SCAR-L in Classic mode
The SCAR-L is very much the natural evolution of the M16A4 for some. It’s a common rifle featured heavily in other games. Like the aforementioned weapon, its feel is familiar, its damage is nearly identical, yet it swaps burst mode for full-auto. Recoil will become a slight issue with mid-range kills, but it stands a better chance of saving your skin should an enemy start firing back.
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