Artikel ini adalah sebahagian daripada siri pubg Mobile mini-panduan dari rakan eGCellent di eGG Network, untuk membantu meningkatkan kehebatan anda dalam pertempuran beramai-ramai (Battle Royale) dengan teknik yang mudah difahami.
Tidak menghairankan, pemain profesional menggunakan bom asap dengan banyaknya, terutamanya dalam kejohanan e-sukan PUBG Mobile peringkat tinggi seperti PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero (PMGC 2020). Lagipun, ianya adalah salah satu 'pickup' yang berharga yang terdapat di PUBG Mobile, penting untuk memenangi 'Winner Winner Chicken Dinner'. Oleh itu, sudah tiba masanya pemain menggunakan utiliti selain bom peledak (Frag Grenade) dan mengetahui cara pengunaannya.
Selain itu, untuk menjadikan panduan ini lebih mudah difahami, terlintas difikiran penulis untuk mendapatkan pakar iaitu pemain (support/grenadier) Team SMG, Bard, Lagipun, Team SMG PUBG Mobile mendapat tempat ketiga dalam PMPL MY/SG Musim 2 dan mewakili Malaysia dalam PmPL SEA Finals Musim 2.
Jom! kita ketahui perkara teknikal dulu sebelum mengupas apa tips menarik.
Masa cook : Tujuh saat
Masa fius: Tiga saat
Diameter anggaran asap: 10 meter (ya, kami mengukurnya)
Berat: 14 ruangan
Tidak seperti bom peledak, tanpa mengira berapa lama anda bom asap (iaitu apabila anda memegang butang melempar tanpa melepaskan), masa fius (jangka masa dilepaskan) tetap sama. Berat bom asap adalah utiliti ketiga paling berat selepas bom peledak (18) dan Molotov Cocktails (16).
Cara yang paling biasa bahawa semua orang menggunakan bom asap adalah untuk menyelamatkan diri sendiri, serta rakan sepasukan. Ini berguna dalam pelbagai senario yang anda akan ketahui, seperti:
Walau bagaimanapun, perkara ini membolehkan dan menggalakkan musuh untuk menembak ke dalam asap untuk mengetahui lokasi anda yang sering dilihat pemain pro lakukan dari semasa ke semasa. Walaupun terdapat kelemahan, kaedah ini masih berfungsi lebih kerap, dan ia adalah baik untuk berhati-hati supaya lebih menyedari apa yang boleh berlaku dan sentiasa bersedia.
Apabila anda sedang merawat diri semasa bersembunyi dalam asap, salah satu cara untuk menentang isu di atas adalah untuk berbaring ketika merawat di atas tanah semasa pemulihan. Ini mengurangkan kesan 'hitbox' (kawasan di mana anda menerima kerosakan) secara drastik, membiarkan anda sembuh lebih selamat. Walaupun anda masih berisiko terkena tmebakan musuh, sekurang-kurangnya ini menjadikan anda lebih tidak dapat diramalkan daripada dengan berdiri atau membongkok.
Walaupun lemparan tinggi adalah tetapan utama untuk mencampak bom tangan, bom asap boleh dikatakan lebih baik digunakan menggunakan lemparan rendah kerana ia memberi anda lebih banyak kawalan dan melepaskannya lebih dekat kepada anda. Ini kerana anda akan menggunakannya lebih kerap untuk menyembuh anda dan rakan skuad anda, dan anda memerlukan asap yang dekat untuk berbuat demikian; lemparan rendah mengurangkan lantunan lontaran anda juga. Walaupun begitu, ini adalah situasi semata-mata, dan terpulang kepada keutamaan anda juga.
Idea ini ihsan Riggs Gaming di YouTube
Jika anda ingin meningkatkan kemahiran berfikir, mengapa tidak menggunakan bom asap untuk tujuan lain bagi mengaburi pihak musuh?? Anda boleh mengenakan pihak musuh dengan:
Ambil perhatian bahawa ini memerlukan anda menggunakan lebih banyak bom asap daripada biasa. Lebih baik bersedia dengan segala kelengkapan bagi mengatasi setiap situasi.
Bard secara peribadi memegang lima hingga sembilan bom tangan asap dalam setiap perlawanan, jadi dia boleh membantu pasukannya dalam setiap situasi permainan. "Tujuan utama saya untuk bom asap adalah untuk menghalang musuh daripada menyerang pasukan saya," dengan 'bermain-main' dan mengelirukan mereka. Dia menggemari taktikal bom asap dalam satu baris bagi mewujudkan dinding asap. Grenadier Team SMG menasihatkan untuk "menggunakan asap anda dengan bijak, jangan pernah membazirkannya pada satu kawasan" dan menyebarkannya.
Untuk maklumat lanjut mengenai Team SMG PUBG Mobile, lihat halaman Facebook mereka.
After four days of intense gunfights and fans getting bamboozled by the leaderboard, Nova XQF went against all odds to emerge as champions of the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero (PMGC 2020). They accrued a total of 319 points, courtesy of four Winner Winner Chicken Dinners, 151 kills, and 168 placement points. For their victory, Nova XQF returned home with US$700,000 in winnings.
Nova XQF's journey to glory didn't begin with a bang, quietly sitting at ninth place on Day 1 of PMGC 2020 Finals. However, it was Day 2 onwards that the Chinese squad started making headlines, after bagging two WWCDs in a single day and an insane amount of kills. They remained silently sturdy on Day 3, but their performance managed to keep them in third place. And finally on Day 4, they shot to the top from the first match onwards and held onto the throne without budging until the end, but not before bagging another Chicken Dinner and as many as 17 kills in Match 4.
Even so, Nova XQF's rise to first place was hardly easy, with their closest competitors, Four Angry Men (4AM) and Zeus Esports, winning the runner-ups and second runner-ups seats. The PMGC 2020 League champions were constantly in the top 4 spots throughout the PMGC 2020 Finals, giving the impression that they had the tournament in the bag before Nova XQF surpassed them. Zeus Esports were the biggest surprises of the global series, starting out at 14th place before shooting up to second place in just two days on Day 3. If these two were victors of PMGC 2020, we would've been happy with the outcome anyway, because these two were forces to be reckoned with in the battlefield. The two were rewarded US$200,000 and US$100,000, respectively, and 4AM's Suk was awarded the MVP title and an additional US$15,000.
Previous world champions, Bigetron RA, didn't quite perform as outstandingly as they usually did, placing fifth in the overall standings. Shockingly, the Indonesian squad started out at the literal bottom 16th with scarcely any points, though it's a pattern that was also noticeable during PMPL SEA Finals Season 2 (maybe they like pulling off high IQ plays?). Somewhat similar to the regional tournament, they soared to fifth the following day and hardly budged until the end of the series. On the bright side, they did won their first PMPL SEA Finals trophy this season, so maybe it's time other teams held the world championship title.
Other outstanding teams during the PMGC 2020 Finals were EMEA League squads, Natus Vincere and Klas Digital Athletics, who placed fourth and eighth, respectively. NaVi saw a huge improvement in their Finals performance, a worthy redemption after settling for 13th in the PMGC 2020 League stage. Even though it's not a total surprise that Klas Digital Athletics would perform well in the last phase (they placed fifth in League), they held onto first place for the first two days, which is an impressive feat by itself. Alas, they stumbled on Day 4 and dropped down the ladder, but at least they'd have fond memories of the first half.
On the Malaysian side, Team Secret MY ended their worldwide run with seventh place, coupled with two Chicken Dinners. Even though they didn't dominate the international tournament, after their underwhelming League performance in 15th, Team Secret MY improved phenomenally in the Grand Finals and scored two Chicken Dinners.
The PMGC 2020 Finals began last Thursday (21 January), with Day 2 postponed until Sunday (24 January) to sort out network issues faced by players. The top 16 teams of PMGC 2020 league stage battled each other for the coveted PUBG Mobile world championship title and a share of the US$2 million total prize pool.
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Although it's sad to see what the originally-offline tournament could've been (what with the empty Coca Cola Arena seen during the broadcast) and numerous setbacks, the now-online PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero (PMGC 2020) Finals remain as exciting as ever, with teams constantly trading ranks in the last three match days.
Four Angry Men (4AM) are at the top of their game, having procured four Winner Winner Chicken Dinners (the highest so far), with a well-balanced share of placement points and kills. Despite slight inconsistencies in their overall performance, one can't deny that their winning formula of doing crazy well in their good matches has kept them within the vicinity of the top 5 in the past three days. And finally, Nova XQF are the other Chinese team to be the top 3 on the leaderboard, after slowly climbing their way up since placing ninth on Day 1; they've been steadily holding on to third place from Day 2 onwards.
For Malaysians, sixth-placed Team Secret may have had a less-than-stellar performance last night (on the other hand, they got enough kills to stay afloat in the standings), it was their Day 2 performance that got the Malaysian pride pumping hard when they won their first WWCD and had many good matches that shot them up the ladder. Day 4 would be their second chance at redemption, another shot for glory.
The PMGC 2020 Finals began last Thursday (21 January), with Day 2 postponed until Sunday (24 January) to sort out network issues faced by players. The top 16 teams of PMGC 2020 league stage have been battling each other for the highly sought-after PUBG Mobile world championship title and a share of the US$1.2 million prize pool.
After a little over four weeks of anxiety-inducing break, the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero (PMGC 2020) returns with its final stage this Thursday (21 January). The top 16 teams of PMGC 2020 league stage will be putting out all the stops to win the highly sought-after PUBG Mobile world championship title and their share of the US$1.2 million prize pool.
The big question is, which teams stand a chance to write their own history in PMGC 2020? We don't have to wait long to find out, but we'd still like to guess who we think would make their mark on the PUBG Mobile esports scene.
It's easy to assume that PMGC 2020 league champions, Four Angry Men (4AM), would be the newest team to take up the mantle as the world's best PUBG Mobile players. Not only did they score the highest number of Chicken Dinners (eight), they also racked up the most kills (298) - contributed aplenty by damage master/survivor 33Svan and league terminator Suk - and ended their league run with a 60-point lead. However, what's lacking in 4AM's department is their consistent performance, shifting between first, fourth and 15th place throughout each Super Weekend.
On the other hand, even though Bigetron RA placed second in PMGC 2020 league, their discipline, skills and teamwork didn't falter in the face of adversity. This is evidenced by their exceptional consistency - never wavering from first place in Super Weekends 1 through 3 - while maintaining the second-highest placement points. For a game that rewards consistency, this tried-and-true play style is what keeps Bigetron RA a strong contender for the PMGC 2020 championship title.
Third- and fourth-placers, RRQ Athena and Konina Power, are almost on par with each other, with a mere one-point difference from each other - 533 and 532, respectively. The PMPL Thailand runner-ups' aggression led them to garner the second-highest kills (tied with Bigetron RA), but the PMWL 2020 West second runner-ups collected seven Chicken Dinners, just one serving behind 4AM.
Also, not forgetting Klas Digital Athletics (formerly Klas Game Esports), who also accrued more than 500 total points to be part of the top 5 dogs. Though they didn't make many headlines throughout the league, the EMEA League runner-ups did manage to get third place twice in the Super Weekends, going almost toe-to-toe against their more experienced apex predators.
After getting third place in the PMPL SEA Finals Season 2, Secret Jin (formerly Team Secret TH) have proven themselves forces to be reckoned with. Alas, the Thai team constantly placed between eighth and 13th in every Super Weekend, although they still manage to qualify for every single weekend and still get sixth overall to enter the Finals.
It's a surprise to see Futbolist and Nova XQF outside of the top 5, especially when they're champions of the PMWL 2020 West and Peacekeeper Elite Championship 2020, not to mention that the Turkish bagged the top spot in at least three more tournaments. Thus, despite their less-than-stellar performance in PMGC league, their track record proves that they can still gain the upper hand if they can get back their mojo.
What Power888 KPS and Abrupt Slayers share in common, are their potential for greatness, paired unfortunately with their inconsistency. Despite being the winners of PMPL Thailand League and PMPL South Asia Finals, each of them had only one good Super Weekend and placed in the bottom 10 for two weekends; they also missed out on one Super Weekend, which hindered their climb to the top.
Although these teams are the bottom 6 of PMGC 2020, each of them have the potential to reach the top, as proven by their past performances in other tournaments.
Alpha7 E-sports had a decent enough start in Super Weekend 1, though subsequent rankings fell flat and they failed to qualify for Super Weekend 4, leading to their 11th overall placement. The story is almost reversed for Z3US Esports, who entered every Super Weekend minus the first one, albeit with bottom 6 standings.
For NaVi, despite missing out on a lot of points by failing to qualify for the first two weekends, the EMEA League Champions managed to clutch it out in the final two weeks and secure tickets to the PMGC Finals.
Aerowolf LIMAX and Team Secret both excelled in their national (PMPL MY/SG and PMPL-ID) and regional series (PMPL SEA Finals), so it was a surprise to see the two placing so low in the league stage and being absent from two Super Weekends. Even so, glimpses of their past glory can be seen from time to time, namely Team Secret, who managed to get fifth place in Super Weekend 3.
And lastly, A1 Esports initially didn’t qualify for the PMGC 2020 Finals, but the previous 16th-placed team, Loops Esports were disqualified due to “unsportsmanlike behaviour”. Nonetheless, the Bangladeshi team were the runner-ups of PMPL South Asia, so that's something worth remembering when seeing them on the field.
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The League stage of the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero (PMGC 2020) has come to an explosive finish, with China's Four Angry Men (4AM) first worldwide PUBG Mobile debut landing them a huge victory and a US$300,000 cash prize in the League phase.
4AM ended their League run with the highest number of Chicken Dinners (eight) and the most kills (298), totaling everything up to a whopping 631 points. Defending world champions Bigetron RA placed second with five Chicken Dinners, scoring US$125,000 in prize money. Though their final ranking is a little unexpected, the Indonesian powerhouse defended the top spot the majority of the League stage before being one-upped by the Chinese squad. The apex teams are followed by RRQ Athena (runner-ups of PMPL Thailand) and Konina Power (second runner-ups of PMWL 2020 West), who bagged US$75,000 and US$50,000, respectively.
4AM is a Peacekeeper Elite (the Chinese rebranded version of PUBG Mobile) squad, having qualified for PMGC 2020 - alongside Nova XQF (eighth place) - by dominating the Peacekeeper Elite League 2020 Championship Points. They had a pretty good start by bagging fourth in Super Weekend 1, but not before they found their stride and shredded everyone in their path during the second Super Weekend, including Bigetron RA, proving they are a force to be reckoned with. Although they fumbled in Super Weekend 3, they clutched it out in the final weekend and snatched four Chicken Dinners and plenty of top 3 placements in the first two days.
However, PMGC 2020 is far from over - we still have the Grand Finals to plow through! And the conclusion of League stage means that the 16 grand finalists have been finalised, which are:
Natus Vincere and Aerowolf LIMAX pulled off a fantastic final performance that landed them seats in the PMGC 2020 Grand Finals, overthrowing Blue Bees and Godsent. A1 Esports initially didn't qualify, but after Loops Esports were disqualified due to "unsportsmanlike behavior" in the final two Super Weekend 4 matches, the Bangladeshi team got a second chance to prove their worth.
Team Secret's absence from Super Weekend 4 almost cost them a spot in the Grand Finals, but fortunately, thanks to Blue Bees' or Godsent's underwhelming performances (not so lucky for this pair though), they can bear the Malaysian flag once more in the final round.
Onward to the PMGC 2020 Grand Finals, which will be held on stage in Dubai! This marks the first time since PMCO 2019 where every team will be competing offline on such a global scale. With a US$2 million total prize pool on the line, expect high-octane PUBG Mobile esports thrills in the last round.
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It all comes down to this! Well, in terms of Regular Season, that is. Last night's PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero (PMGC 2020) League Play determined the top 16 teams who will have one more chance to either maintain their qualifying spots, or the last Hail Mary for the bottom eight to reach the top 16 overall standings and enter the Grand Finals.
Here's every team competing in PMGC 2020 Super Weekend 4:
Peacekeeper Elite League 2020's runner-ups, Nova XQF, made it to the top for the very first time, thanks to seven top 5 placements out of eight matches and one Chicken Dinner. RRQ Athena performed impressively as well, winning three Chicken Dinners that got them second place. The Thai squad are followed by PMPL South Asia champions, Abrupt Slayers at third, who have been performing well since their amazing run in Super Weekend 3.
Aside from Bigetron RA and Four Angry Men who undoubtedly would've made it to the first page of the leaderboard, Blue Bees finally made their first top 5 appearance too, and Konina Power and Natus Vincere stuck to their momentum successfully since last week; Archer Gaming will be making their Super Weekend debut too. It was an intriguing final League Play that saw other teams that finally proved their full worth.
On the other hand, these are the teams who'll be missing out on PMGC 2020 Super Weekend 4:
Team Secret were just three points shy of qualifying for Super Weekend 4, and it's a surprise to see Power888 KPS - currently #7 in the overall standings - missing out on a Super Weekend for the first time, on the final crucial one nevertheless. This will also mark Elites United Team and The Unnamed's absence from every Super Weekend.
It goes without saying that the top 11 teams are pretty much guaranteed to enter the Grand Finals of PMGC 2020. Even though teams like Power888 KPS and Alpha7 E-sports, who didn't make it to Super Weekend 4, are in safe - albeit barely - hands due to Power888's top placement and Abrupt's latest performance.
Malaysia's Team Secret are arguably safe at 13th, but due to their absence from Super Weekend 4, they have a small risk of being over overtaken, especially by Aerowolf LIMAX and Natus Vincere, who have been performing better lately and are hungry for tickets to the Grand Finals. Others who are facing the same danger are Z3US Esports and Blue Bees; Super Weekend 4 absentees Godsent are most likely going to get pushed down by either NaVi or Aerowolf.
Despite placing in the bottom eight, if A1 Esports, NaVi and Aerowolf perform outstandingly in Super Weekend 4, they have a strong chance of finally crawling their way into the Grand Finals. Unfortunately, the same couldn't be said for Archer Gaming, who have accumulated zero points so far - they'd need a miracle to qualify.
Teams who will definitely not make it to the Grand Finals include Elites United Team, The Unnamed, DRS Gaming and Execute, after being excluded from the last Super Weekend.
Catch the Super Weekend 4 of PMGC 2020 tomorrow onwards (18 – 20 December) at 7PM (GMT +8) LIVE on eGG Network TV (CH800 for MY viewers), Twitch (English), Facebook (English|Malay) or YouTube (English|Malay).
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