PUBG Mobile update: Karakin map release date: REVEALED! Check, patch notes, APK download link and much more here

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After successfully launching PUBG Mobile 1.3 update with exciting features like hundred Rhythms game mode and the Mosin-Nagant sniper rifle, the PUBG game developers are now all set to reveal new update for the PUBG Mobile fans around the globe.

The developers recently posted a video on social media, revealing the release date of the upcoming Karakin map in the game. The game developers took to Facebook-owned photo and video sharing platform Instagram and wrote: “Nope, it’s not a mirage – that’s a chicken dinner in the desert. Get ready parachute into the brand-new map Karakin on 4/7! Karakin will replace Vikendi, so play it before it’s gone!”

As stated in the post, the Karakin map is all set to be made available for players on April 7th and would replace the Vikendi map. and the official patch notes of the PUBG Mobile 1.3 beta Karakin map revealed that Karakin stretches 2 square kilometers and is dry, open, and filled with rocks.

On Karakin, every moment will challenge you. It is a small and thrilling map with a maximum of 64 players in each match. Mobile Gamers will experience long-ranged rifle battles in the mountains, city battles that require strategy, and tension-filled battles under the new mechanic, Demolition Zone, which is designed to cause random damage to buildings so that it makes players come out and battle. It ​is now only a matter of a few weeks, with the map soon getting added to the renowned title.

PUBG Mobile 1.3 global update APK link: https://f.gbcass.com/PUBGMOBILE_Global_1.3.0_uawebsite.apk

Locate the APK file and enable the ‘install from unknown source’ option on your device. Once the installation is complete, select the resource pack (Low-spec Resource Pack or HD Resource Pack) as per your preference.

Following the in-game patches, players can log-in and try out the new theme. Please note that PUBG Mobile is banned in India under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act.

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