It looks like the first details about PUBG Mobile Season 11 have started to surface online ahead of a possible release next week.
The highly anticipated new update is rumoured to land on smartphones next week once Season 10 ends on January 7th.
There's usually not that much overlap between one Season ending and another Season starting so we imagine Season 11 will arive almost immediately afterwards on or around January 8th.
And as is now customary for new Royale Passes in the game, we'll see a brand new theme, complete with new skins, items and more.
Based on some leaks from YouTuber Mr Ghost Gaming, there's a flurry of information already available regarding the upcoming season and new Royale Pass.
You can view some of these new features on the YouTube clip below.
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According to Times of India, update 0.16.5 will also introduce Season 11 missions and challenges to the game as part of the new Royale Pass.
"As per the report by Mr Ghost Gaming, the Royale Pass Season 11 will also bring MK14 sniper rifle weapon skin for the first time to the game as well as new parachute and new outfits and it will be provided to the users based on the Tier they are in.
"For example, player reaching Diamond Tier will receive MK14 skin, similarly, to get the new parachute, players will have to reach Ace Tier."
As shown from the above Youtube clip, players can also look forward to a new Snow bike, something that was introduced in the PC game some months back.
It's expected that the Snow Bike will replace the existing motorbike from the Vikendi map.
Thankfully though, with the new season likely dropping next week, we shouldn't have to wait too much longer to discover more.
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News of this next big update for the game arrives following some positive news for the game after it was revealed that PUBG Mobile had generated $8.5 million from in-game spending on Christmas day, alone.
According to the analysts at Sensor Tower , that's up 431% from the $1.6 million spent in the game on Christmas 2018.
Tencent's mobile BR game led spending for the games category on Christmas, but the analysts believe this accounted for just 5% of the games overall profit for the month of December.
“Version 0.16, released on December 11, introduced PUBG Mobile's ‘Winter Festival,’ which may have got players into a festive mood,” Katie Williams, mobile insights strategist at Sensor Tower commented to GameDaily .
“It's also likely that the natural downtime on and around Christmas Day gave players greater opportunity to unwind with the game (and thus, greater opportunity to spend).”
Whilst the traditional PUBG game continues to decline on consoles, it feels as though PUBG Mobile is set to dominate the mobile scene for some time.
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