PUBG Mechanics – Close Quarters

PUBG Mechanics – Close Quarters


Welcome to PUBG Mechanics – where we offer
the tips and tricks that come second nature to the pros. Does this sound familiar? You got your hands on your favorite gun and
the best loot. You’ve taken out player after player and
had the perfect run. The circle is closing in. Nothing will stand between you and that chicken
Din– Except maybe a shotgun. Don’t worry, PUBG Mechanics is here to help
as we examine Close Quarters Combat. The chance of you coming out the victor in
close quarters depends greatly on your weapon choice. You may want to use an old faithful like the
M4, but weapons with a high damage-per-second, or DPS for short, like SMGs or shotguns, will give you the tactical advantage in a tight situation. Let’s break them down. Shotguns are some of the best tight quarter
weapons, dealing high amounts of damage with fewer shots. But be sure to make those shots count and
be mindful of your ammo. A miss could see you back at the lobby in
no time. While shotguns are great, they are balanced
out by their close-quarter counterpart, the SMG. SMGs may not be able to down a player in a
single shot, but their higher mag capacity and fire rate more than make up for that. They’re also great guns to transition from
close to mid range. Melee weapons are also a great option immediately
after landing, and now with the ability to throw your weapon, you may want to reconsider
passing one up when you touch down. The next aspect to winning a close quarter
battle, is understanding your terrain and enemy. Lets take a look at a few different scenarios. If you know the enemy is held up in a building,
be mindful of rushing in. There’s a good chance the player is counting
on you to make that mistake. Try finding a shot through a window, but if
they are playing cautiously keep changing your position and creating as much havoc from
the outside until you get a reaction. Larger apartment buildings are a little trickier. If you’re in a stalemate with an opponent
trading shot for shot, try faking out your opponent with a smoke grenade. He’ll most likely think you’ve thrown
a frag grenade, so while he’s retreating, charge his location and take the killing shot. Another great tactic for dealing with enemy
players locked down in a building is to use in-game audio to your advantage. If luck is on your side and a red-zone is
close by, use it to mask your footsteps and when you’re opening doors. And there you have it, follow these guidelines
and you’ll be going toe to toe and cleaning up the enemy in no time. Keep an eye on those corners and until next
time, keep playing PUBG!