PUBG Mobile, one of the most popular battle royale games on mobile devices, is set to receive a major update that will change the way frag grenades work in the game. The upcoming PUBG Mobile 2.8 update will remove friendly fragmentation, which means that a member’s teammates will no longer be affected by the explosion of the grenades.
This is a significant change from the current version of the game, where frag grenades can damage or kill a squad member if they are too close to the blast radius. This can lead to accidental team kills, frustration, and reduced chances of survival. With the new update, one can also throw frag grenades without worrying about harming their allies, which can give an edge in combat situations.
Grenades are an essential component of PUBG Mobile's professional esports matches, as there are multiple instances of players knocking out their own teammates with grenades. This adds extra enjoyment and skill to watch esports matches, but it will be removed following the update. Players can also push on the enemy team without worrying about their teammates' frag grenades thanks to this upgrade. At the moment, players fire frag grenades on opponents while thinking that one of them might be in danger
The new frag grenade update was revealed in the beta version of PUBG Mobile 2.8 update, which is currently available for testing by selected players. The official release date of the update has not been announced yet, but it is expected to roll out soon for all players.