In PUBG Mobile and many other Battle Royale games, players are used to getting airdrop by planes. Normally, aircrafts drop care packages to random in-game locations, PUBG Mobile players find and loot the drops and continue their journey. Ridiculously, the drops they pick up are truly a double-edged sword that can cause players to confront the rivals’ ambushes.
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Nonetheless, in a recent update, PUBG Mobile China has made a funny adjustment. The game developer Tencent has completely abandoned the traditional way of drop transfer in order to turn into an entirely different way: sea transfer…
This funny and bizarre method has extremely surprised PUBG Mobile players in Chinese servers since there will not be any specialized ship at all. Instead, four giant yellow ducky toys called “(B) Duck” will be the guardians.
The drops will be safely escorted by the (B) Ducks. And the locations are still totally random, of course. In fact, it's really hard for players to miss a (B) Duck in the middle of the sea.
At present, the PUBG Mobile (B) Ducks are only available in Chinese servers and we cannot fore-say anything about their appearance in other markets, including Indian server.
In this PUBG Mobile update, finding the packages accompanied by the (B) Ducks is also part of your daily mission. As a theme of the update, it is not hard for players to realize that the Little Yellow Duck accessories will be integrated into the game, equipment skins or guns for example.
Overall, Chinese PUBG Mobile players will certainly enjoy a very exhilarating experience in the game rather than facing up in the sky to wait for eternity as before.