One of the most significant update in PUBG Mobile season 13 is the new Kill vs Death (K/D) ratio. The game developers explained this change that they would like to take way inherent priorities from a number of players in order to create a stable balance in the game.
As before, the PUBG Mobile K/A ratio was counted based on the total number of Kills a player makes to the number of Deaths.
K/D ratio = Total Kills / Total Deaths
This caused a lot of players to try to survive till the match-end; obviously, they normally got minimum kills.
In this season, a new PUBG Mobile K/D system has been introduced. Now, the K/D ratio will be calculated according to the number of kills in each match, without regard to whether you survive until the end or not.
K/D Ratio = Total Kills / Total Matches Played
To cite an example, if your current K/D ratio is 10 and you win a game with only 7 kills, your K/D ratio will drop. The reason is that you made less kills than your existing K/D ratio. Hence, to maintain that ratio, make 10 kills or move in a match.
With the implementation of the new PUBG Mobile K/D system, it’s highly recommended to land on hot-drop locations as many squads might also choose these places to land. This would increase your chance of making more kills.
To ensure a high K/D ratio, exciting gameplay experience, and improve your skills, plan attacks and engage in combats instead of hiding out.
You should opt for the assault rifles like the M416, UMP45, M762 rather than the best snipers. The assault rifles feature better gun power that will help you make more kills.
In long-range combats, your scope is of paramount importance. A steady aim, accuracy, and surely, a good sniper armed with a great scope are required to land kills from a distance.
From a beginner to a pro, the best and fastest way to make a kill is an accurate shot through your enemy’s head. Practice this to obtain the highest PUBG Mobile K/D ratio.
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