PUBG Mobile Season 7 Week 4 missions are live, and we’ve pieced together this quick guide to help you reap the rewards. Strap yourself in for another week of grinding kills. If you want to still be in the running for the PUBG Mobile Season 7 skins, you’re going to have to get to work.
As you’ve likely deduced by now, PUBG Mobile Royale Pass missions aren’t incredibly unique. Get ready to retrace your steps and dust off the very same strategies you’ve had to rely on in the past. It’s a little boring, but anything gets easier with practice, right?
PUBG Mobile Season 7 Week 4 Mission Guide – Silver Missions
Land on top of any building in the school area 3 times – 50 RP
Hardly a challenge given you’re incredibly unlikely to be shot down during a dive. If you want to make things quick, just dive in, die, and repeat in the next match. Given “School” is a known hotspot, you won’t last long.
Kill 5 enemies with Kar98K – 100 RP
The Kar98K with a decent scope is a thing to fear. Compilations videos attracted millions of views in the early days, and things haven’t changed much since. A shockingly accurate mid-range weapon, it becomes a prime sniper rifle with the right equipment. You don’t need me to tell you how to use one of those.
Kill 20 enemies with SCAR-L – 50 RP
A relatively slow assault rifle when compared to the rest, the SCAR-L’s full-auto and burst modes give it the versatility to not be completely unfavorable. Firing in burst will eliminate almost all of its difficult recoil, but you can minimize its spread by limiting full-auto fire to 5-6 shots at a time. Just be patient. The kills will come.
Open 3 air drops – 50 RP
At tricky task given the popularity of air drops, there’s literally only one way to go about clearing this mission – just do it. Players charge at an air drop. You won’t be able to take them all down before one manages to open it, so you’ll have to beat them to the punch. Run or drive it, open it, and just see what happens. You might survive with the right gear, but it hardly matters if you’re just here for the mission.
Kill an enemy 30 meters or more away with a grenade twice – 50 RP
The average distance between two houses, this shouldn’t be too hard to pull off. You’ll see players passing by windows all the time, so just throw a pineapple up before you’re spotted and you should be golden. If the crossfire has already started, most won’t even expect a ‘nade to come rolling in.
Get a Lv. 3 Helmet in 10 matches – 50 RP
This one is based on pure luck for the most part, but can be expedited with a bit of thought. You can either drop into known high-tier loot locations like larger towns, scout out supply drops, or swipe them from players in the late game. As player numbers decrease, the chance of coming across a player with high-level gear like this increases.
PUBG Mobile Season 7 Week 4 Mission Guide – Gold Missions
Kill 5 enemies with S1897 – 75 RP
A classic pump-action shotgun, the S1897 can one-tap most targets, making this one pretty easy in the grand scheme of things. Coop up in a house and just wait for someone to stroll through the door. Peek the corner and blast. A natural choke is best, and squads will usually pile in before they can check their corners, making it a great clean-up tool.
Kill at least 2 enemies from the same Squad 2 times in Classic mode – 150 RP
Squads usually stay close, but they still tend to act alone. Watch your flank when taking on an enemy. Blast down one, jump through a window, and you’ll usually find another to surprise. This shouldn’t prove too difficult with a basic understanding of the game.
Reach Platinum tier or above – 75 RP
Now this one is just plain cruel. Go watch some Twitch streamers or tutorials. There’s nothing more to be said here other than “git gud”. Sorry.
Kill an enemy from 200 meters away 3 times – 75 RP
The distance of two square on the map, you’re going to need to clock someone from the other side of town to clear this one. Either find some high ground near within the circle take shots at those coming in, or take your chances in an open town square or rooftop battle. You’ll probably want a decent scope.
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