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‘PUBG Mobile’ India wants its players to stay at home with its 7 Days Challenge
With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, people are all staying indoors hoping for the outbreak to run its course. “PUBG Mobile” gamers in India now have more reasons to stay indoors with its 7 Days Challenge.
In the “PUBG Mobile” 7 Days Challenge, players can participate in various contests, quizzes, trivia challenges, and even art contests, according to FossBytes. There are also in-games challenges that players can complete to earn rare outfits, Classic Coupons, Bonus Challenge Coupons, UC (Unknown Cash) and other rewards.
During the 7 Days Challenge, “PUBG Mobile” players will get new tasks to complete every day. The event will conclude with a community match where players can battle for the 17,000 UC top prize, according to IGN India.
There are also various bonuses on UC purchases during this “PUBG Mobile” campaign if they complete missions. For example, players will get a “Lucky Crate” which contains an additional 10 UC when they complete the first mission, which is simply to purchase any amount of UC.
The second mission is to purchase at least 60 UC. This will give players two “Lucky Crates,” which is guaranteed to contain at least 60 UC extra. The bonus can even to as high as 150 extra UCs.
“PUBG Mobile” will also be giving discounts to various outfits from April 10 to April 19, according to HindustanTimes. Players will get a 30 percent discount on their first purchase, a 50 percent discount on their second outfit and a massive 70 percent discount on their third purchase.
The 7 Days Challenge is “PUBG Mobile’s” response to the #PlayApartTogether campaign created by the World Health Organization (WHO) and game developers. The campaign aims to keep people at home rather than staying outside and potentially exposing themselves to the COVID-19.
As of April 8, 2020, a total of 1,517,960 people have been confirmed to be infected with the novel coronavirus worldwide. The United States leads the pack in terms of the number of infections with 434,927 confirmed cases while Spain is in second place with 148,220 cases.
To prevent the spread of the disease, numerous countries have imposed various quarantines and restrictions on their citizens. India, for instance, has imposed a lockdown on its 1.3 billion citizens for 21 days, according to the NY Times.