Pubg Mobile Kr Version 1.3 update is available for download across the globe


Pubg Mobile Kr (Korean) Version has received the latest 1.3 update. Pubg Kr version 1.3 update is now available for download. Pubg Mobile developers have recently rolled out 1.3 Hundred Rhythms update. User’s across the globe can download the update 1.3 from Google Play Store on Android and from App Store on iOS.

In India the game is banned for the past several months, however, the Kr version is for users living in Korea and Japan. They can easily download the APK file from Google Play Store. Whilst, users from other countries can also download the Kr 1.3 version from TAP TAP.

The developers have pushed the update for the Korean Version. For the update, users will need approximately 640 MB of free space. Also, Read – Pubg Mobile India launch news: Here is all you need to know

Pubg Mobile Korean Version

The update includes several new features based on the Hundred Rhythms theme. As this is the 3rd Anniversary Celebration. So the players can also enjoy the Celebration Party. Besides this, there are a lot of new features; you can read the Patch notes here.

The Royal Pass Season 18 has also been released. The new Season contains new outfits, Weapons skins, and other stuff as well. The Royal Pass is available within two categories, the Elite Pass and Elite Pass Plus. The Elite Pass cost 600 UC, while the Elite Pass Plus cost 1800 UC. Also Read – Pubg Mobile Karakin map fastest review, features and more revealed by the developers

Pubg Mobile KR 1.3 Steps to Install

  • Users can download the APK file from the TAP TAP app.
  • Install the Tap Tap application on your mobile phones.
  • Simply visit the store, and search for Pubg Mobile Kr Version.
  • Download the game, and later install it on your mobile device.
  • Make sure to have 640 MB of free space.
  • Also, enable the unknown resources in the privacy settings.

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