PUBG Mobile Season 18 Week 3 Challenges – Tips and Tricks

For reasons completely unknown, the PUBG Mobile Season 18 Week 3 challenges didn’t arrive for EZ Mission License holders as early as planned. But they’re here now! This week features kill missions for select SMGs and bolt-actions snipers, as well as a couple of missions you’re likely to tick off without even trying. The main roadblock will be the need to reach Platinum to get a nice boost of RP, but with a couple of tips here and there, you shouldn’t have too much trouble making the cut. It’s just a matter of understanding (and respecting) the grind. Here are all the Season 18 Week 3 missions.

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PUBG Mobile Season 18 Week 3 Mission List

Free Missions

  1. Friend Squad Boost: Restore 1500 Health in Classic mode.
  2. Choice Mission
      • Land on any rooftop in Bootcamp (Sanhok) 3 times in Classic mode
      • Land on any rooftop in El Pozo (Miramar) 3 times in Classic mode.
      • Land on any rooftop in Hospital (Erangel) 3 times in Classic mode.
  3. Pick up Foregrip in 20 matches in Classic mode.
  4. Reach Platinum or above in Classic mode.

Elite Missions

  1. Win a Classic match 1 time while wearing a Military Vest (Lv. 3)
  2. Choice Mission
    • Kill 20 enemies with DP-28 in Classic mode.
    • Kill 6 enemies with Pistol in any mode.
    • Kill 12 enemies with MZ49 in Classic mode.
  3. Choice Mission
      • Kill 8 enemies with Kar98K in Classic mode.
      • Eliminate 50 enemies with the Kar98K in Arena
  4. Deal 7500 damage in Arena

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PUBG Mobile Season 18 Week 3 Royale Pass Missions

Friend Squad Boost: Restore 1500 Health in Classic mode

1500 is a lot of HP for a single person to heal, but by teaming up with other Elite Pass holders, you can cut through this like butter. Healing is an essential survival strategy in PUBG Mobile. Even without friends on your side, you’ll be slowing chipping away at this through everyday play. And remember: regeneration counts as healing, too. Pop painkillers or an energy drink to fix yourself back to full health as you go, and you’ll make a dent in this lofty target without even noticing.

Choice Mission

  1. Land on any rooftop in Bootcamp (Sanhok) 3 times in Classic mode
    • Bootcamp has plenty of large rooftops to choose from, but the relatively small zone breeds skirmishes that can be hard to avoid.
  2. Land on any rooftop in El Pozo (Miramar) 3 times in Classic mode.
    • El Pozo is found on the west side of Miramar. It’s a big town, but you’ll want to stick to the east side for its wider rooftops.
  3. Land on any rooftop in Hospital (Erangel) 3 times in Classic mode.
    • Shaped to that it’s approachable from any angle, Hospital is a popular pick. If you need to feel the ensuing combat, Georgopol just north can have some great loot.

Pick up Foregrip in 20 matches in Classic mode.

This is bound to give flashbacks to last season’s rotating challenges. Missions like this offer no challenge whatsoever: foregrips are everywhere. Unlike the crossbow missions, though, it’s recommended you heed the advice of the mission. Foregrips improve your gun’s handling. Unless you’re particularly accustomed to your favorite weapon’s sway, there’s something to gain by keeping one attached.

Reach Platinum or above in Classic mode.

Climbing the ranks is requires skill for sure, but patience is another big part of the equation. Survival is the name of the game. Don’t do anything that would get you killed too early on. For instance: hot dropping just to die within the first 10 seconds can take multiple Top 10 run to recover from. It’s just not worth it. Stay low, stay quiet, and don’t pick any fights you don’t need to win.

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PUBG Mobile Season 18 Week 3 Elite Royale Pass Missions

Win a Classic match 1 time while wearing a Military Vest (Lv. 3)

If you tend to steer clear of hot-dropping into key loot locations, you might struggle to come across a Military Vest (Lv.3). They get snapped up pretty fast. Getting brave with air drops can certainly help, but if you’re a regular Top 10 contender, you’ll likely loot one of these from your target. Check death boxes around that time, too. Chances are the killer already had one. You have to win the match,, but just having one can dramatically increase your chances of survival.

Choice Mission

  1. Kill 20 enemies with DP-28 in Classic mode.
    • Found on Erangel, this is an uncommon LMG to stumble upon. It doesn’t have the speed of others in its class, but can deal great damage at long range. Pair with a strong scope and go prone to lay down the siege.
  2. Kill 6 enemies with Pistol in any mode.
    • Nobody is going to recommend you attempt this in Classic matches. Not beyond the first minute, at least. Arena, though? Respawning means you can do anything you want.
  3. Kill 12 enemies with M249 in Classic mode.
    • The M249 is a rare find on both Erangel and Miramar. It’s easier to find now that it’s not locked to air drops, but there’s a reason it requires a lower kill count compared to the DP-29. Go prone to reduce the extensive recoil and keep to 75-200 yards for optimal damage potential.

Choice Mission

  1. Kill 8 enemies with Kar98K in Classic mode.
    • The Kar98K can clean up players in the early game no problem. Get the kills in before armor and helmets put you at the mercy of its sluggish rate of fire.
  2. Eliminate 50 enemies with the Kar98K in Arena
    • Although you see the Kar98K in Warehouse TDM a lot, it’s better suited to the large, narrow walkways of Ruins, making Assault a better option for this particular mission.

Deal 7500 damage in Arena

Filling people with enough led to rack up 7500 points of damage might sound like a lot, but over a frantic Arena match, it shouldn’t take more than a good hour’s worth of play to get this one out of the way. With respawns and nearly infinite ammo, people just go full bore here. It’s a great way to practicing those decisive Classic battles. It isn’t all just fun and games.


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