notes, PUBG Mobile 1.2 update has added Runic Power Gameplay, Power Armor Mode, FAMAS gun, a bunch of improvements, and bug fixes.
Update 1.2 is available for download from Google Play Store and Apple App Store; however, if you encounter any issues while downloading it, you can use the
APK and OBB files.
A new weapon has also been introduced in this patch update– FAMAS. It is a new assault rifle added in the Runic Power update. According to the patch notes,
the assault rifle is a Livik map exclusive weapon and can be equipped with a rifle Muzzle, Scope, and a rifle Mag, as the attachments.
The patch notes for the new mode have also revealed that the FAMAS is going to use 5.56mm ammunition and will be loaded with 25 rounds. The weapon is
also slated to have the fastest rate of fire among the rifles in the game
PUBG Mobile 1.2 Update APK Download
The PUBG Mobile 1.2 Update APK file size is around 642 MB and occupies about 1.26 GB. So, before starting the installation process, make sure you have enough space in your device.
Step 1: Download the APK file of the PUBG Mobile 1.2 update from this link.
The size of the APK File is 613 MB, and users should have enough space available on the phone before downloading it.
Step 2: Once the game is downloaded, one should enable the ‘Install from Unknown Source’ option, if they haven’t already enabled it.
You can enable it by going to Settings > Safety and Privacy > Allow Installation from Unknown Sources.
Step 3: You will then have to locate and install the APK file of the PUBG Mobile 1.2 update.
Step 4: Open the game and then download the desired resource pack, after which the game can be played easily, and the features will be updated, too.
Blizzcon will be Back in 2023
After three years without an in-person event, BlizzCon is aiming to return in 2023. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times published today, Blizzard
President Mike Ybarra stated that the company is actively working toward bringing the live event back for next year under the leadership of April McKee, who
joined Blizzard this past February after over 20 years at Microsoft.
“We previously announced we’re taking a pause on BlizzCon while we reimagine it for the future but do want to return to a live event that enables us to
celebrate the community,” Ybarra said. “We are committed to bringing back BlizzCon in 2023.”
From 2005 to 2019, BlizzCon was an annual convention held by Blizzard which hosted fans, and typically featured new game announcements, previews, or
other types of programming geared around the company’s library of games. In 2020, the in-person event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with an
online virtual celebration taking its place. The following year, Blizzard once again shelved the event due to the pandemic.
Blizzard initially planned an online BlizzCon event for this year, but in late 2021, the company announced the event had been canceled. At the time, Blizzard
stated that the event would be “reimagined” for the future — a sentiment Ybarra echoed in his interview.
The cancellation came months after multiple lawsuits were filed against parent company Activision Blizzard, one of which alleged that both gender-based
discrimination and sexual harassment had taken place at Blizzard. However, the company did not explicitly state that there was a connection between the
lawsuits and the event’s cancellation.
More recently, Blizzard has faced scrutiny for its implementation of microtransactions in Diablo Immortal. Just a few weeks after its launch, it was reported
that the game had generated $24 million in microtransaction revenue alone.