The official account of PUBG Mobile on Twitter announced yesterday that the game now has two paid subscription modes. Despite the date chosen for the announcement – April 1 -, the profile highlights that it is not caught on the Day of Mentira Prime and Prime Plus modalities available for Android and iOS.
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It’s not an April Fools joke. Our subscription system is officially launched! You can subscribe Prime, Prime Plus or both of them to get different privileges. Check out more details in-game. pic.twitter.com/H7LZdpUaJQ
— PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) April 1, 2019
The Prime version of PUBG Mobile costs $ 0.99 per month. And it gives players 5 Daily Cash (UC) daily, with a maximum limit of 150 CUs. As well as buying items with Battle Points. The Prime Plus mode costs US $ 9.99 per month and gives a single amount of 300 CU, 20 CU per day (maximum CU 600). It allows purchase of items with BP, discounts on purchases of different items and so on .
Prime Plus is currently marketed for $ 4.99 a month during the first month of its launch.