Finally! PUBG Survival Mastery coming to PC servers this September

Author at TechGenyz Gaming
PUBG Survival Mastery

PUBG’s Survival Mastery is finally coming to PC test servers tomorrow and to main servers launch on September 24, according to the developers. The Survival Mastery was announced back in June with PUBG’s Development Update. After the wait of almost three months, the Survival Mastery is finally coming to the PC.

PUBG Survival Mastery is somewhat of a companion system to Weapon Mastery. Whereas the Weapon Masters focuses on combat proficiency, the Survival Mastery for PC is focused more on the personal record and development of a player.

The Survival Mastery also takes into account the self-awareness of the players themselves, and with passing time, the players become aware of the kind of player they are in the game by recognizing their own abilities. At the basic level, known as the Survivor Level, the players will have to survive blue zone phases, perform key actions and they would have to stay alive.

PUBG Survival Mastery Game

The PUBG Survival Mastery for PC also opens up the new option for PUBG ID. All the new personal achievements unlocked through the Survivor Mastery paves the path for optimizing their own PUBG ID.

Even though PUBG is one of the most famous games available in the market, there are still some aspects which the developers need to pay attention to, and in turn, make it more players friendly. The developers are also focusing on adding a couple of new tabs to the last match screen so that the players can track their progress from match to match better.

The new summary tab provides high-level information about their progression and performance. The survival timeline portrays all the survival actions performed in a match.

With the addition of these new features, the players will have a clearer idea of their overall progress especially because there will be tabs which will keep them stored.

Everything related to the PUBG Survivor Mastery can be found in the Mastery menu under its own tab.