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Adrenaline-Pumping Zone Tag Mode Returns in PUBG

Try saying that ten-times fast.

Get ready to dive back into the thrilling world of PUBG as the adrenaline-pumping Zone Tag mode makes a grand return, this time with a vibrant twist! The snow-laden terrains of Vikendi and the urban maze of Deston are set to become your new battlegrounds.

Zone Tag, a fun variation of the Battle Royale mode, introduces some exciting rules. The game begins with a Ball that, when possessed, allows you to control the Blue Zone. As you hold the Ball, the Blue Zone becomes your shadow, following your every move. But beware, as this will make you a magnet for every other player on the map.

The game is played in Squad Mode, with teams composed of four players. The minimum number of players is 24, with a maximum of 100. Solo Squad play is not supported in this mode, and AI is not available.

The Ball, a sinister entity, attaches randomly to a player at the start of the game, turning it into a wild chase. The player with the Ball is highlighted by a beam of light that can be seen from a distance. If the Ball carrier is knocked out, killed, or enters a restricted area, the Ball automatically drops and seeks a nearby eligible player. If the player holding the Ball remains stationary for too long, an anchor is generated, and the player must move away from the anchor, or they will lose the Ball.

Restricted areas, including small islands and inaccessible rooftops, detach the Ball and make players ineligible to receive it for a short period of time. Players receive damage upon entering water, detaching the Ball. However, this rule doesn't apply if the water depth is low.

In this mode, speed is the name of the game. Vehicles in Zone Tag mode don't take any weapon damage and provide infinite ammo while driving. The overall number of vehicles spawned has been increased compared to the previous Zone Tag iteration. All players receive a healing buff, where health regeneration is based on movement speed. The faster you move, the more health you regenerate per second.

The newly revamped Tactical Gear is available to use. However, the Comeback BR is not available on Vikendi, and the Recall system cannot be used in this mode. Care Packages are not available, and certain items are not available in Zone Tag Mode.

LABS: Zone Tag will run during specific periods in June, with different schedules for PC and Console players. Please note that LABS games do not provide XP or gameplay rewards, and LABS gameplay will not be reflected on the Career page, Match History, or support replays.

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