Link to download APK for global users

PUBG Mobile is one of the most popular games in the world and has played a crucial role in the rise of the battle royal genre on the mobile platform. Much of its success can be attributed to frequent updates that bring new content into the game.

PUBG Mobile developers occasionally release a beta version to test new features before introducing them to the game.

A beta version of PUBG Mobile 1.3 has recently been released, and players can download it using the game’s APK file.

This article provides a detailed guide on how players can download the beta version of PUBG Mobile 1.3.

(Disclaimer: PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite are banned in India. Users from that country are therefore strongly advised not to download the game)

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Download PUBG Mobile 1.3 global beta update via APK file

PUBG Mobile beta APK file: Click here

The above APK file size is about 624 MB, so players need to make sure they have enough storage space on their device before downloading the file.

Step 1: Players must first download the PUBG Mobile 1.3 beta APK file from the link above.

Step 2: After downloading the APK file, I can find and install it.

Step 3: Upon completion of the installation process, players should open the game and select the required resource package.

Step 4: Then you should touch the guest option. A dialog box will open asking you to enter your area code.

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Enter the area code

Step 5: Players need to enter the area code in the text box and press the ‘OK’ button. They will then be able to enjoy the beta version of PUBG Mobile 1.3 on their devices.

If a player encounters an error message stating that there has been a problem parsing the package, they should consider downloading the files again and follow the steps above again.

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Posted on February 16, 2021 at 9:22 AM IST