PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Equipment Guide to help you learn everything you need to know about different pieces of equipment that you can use in the game.
When we talk about equipment in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, we mean things like backpacks, vests, helmets, weapon attachments, and of course; healing items.
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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Equipment Guide
In this particular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Equipment Guide, there is a detailed everything you need to know about different types of equipment you can use to ensure your survival in the game.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Equipment
Backpacks in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds basically allow you to carry your inventory. The backpacks come in three levels:
- Level 1 – Beige Color, +150 Capacity
- Level 2 – Dark/Light Green Color, +200 Capacity
- Level 3 – Fat Shaped, +250 Capacity
Vests in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds not only provide you with increased carrying capacity but also provide armor. Similar to backpacks, vests also come in three levels:
- Level 1 – Increases Capacity by +50 & Armor by +200
- Level 2 – Increases Capacity by +50 & Armor by +220
- Level 3 – Increases Capacity by +50 & Armor by +250
Helmets can help you live by negating the damage of a well-placed headshot. Therefore, trying wearing them. The helmets in PlayerUnknown’s Battleground also come in three levels:
- Level 1 – Increases Armor by +80
- Level 2 – Increases Armor by +150
- Level 3 – Prevents One-Shot Kill from SKS & KAR98K
Boosters and Medicine
In PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, a player can only heal up to 75% of its maximum HP. After that, most of the medication items will cease to work.
These items heal a small amount of your HP. Do note that certain actions can stop the action.
First Aid Kits
These items instantly heal you to 75% and allow you to stay in the battle for extended durations of time. Moreover, these items not too hard to find and can be stacked.
These items instantly heal you to 100% and allow you stay in the battle. Needless to say but these items are pretty hard to come by.
These items heal you above the 75% mark that I discussed earlier. In addition to this, these items also increase the boost bar by 40.
Painkillers also heal you above the 75% mark and are slightly better than Energy Drinks. These items increase the boost bar by 60.
These items can only be acquired via airdrops and instantly fill your boost bar to 100.
It helps dampen the recoil.
It dampens the sound of your weapons.
It hides the muzzle flash of your weapon while you’re firing.
It tightens the spread of shotguns and ensures better range.
It provides quicker draw and faster reload speeds.
It reduces the sway of the scope and improves stability.
It also increases the stability.
It increases the draw and ADS time at the cost of a little stability.
It increases stability.
It allows you to aim quicker with your weapon.
It increases the amount of ammo you can have.
Extended Quickdraw Magazine
It combines the Quickdraw Magazine and Extended Magazine with this weapon attachment.
There are quite a lot of scope attachments in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds including Red Dot Sight, Holographic Sight, 4x Scope, 8x Scope, and 15x Scope.
Gas Can – Used to Refuel a Vehicle
Utility Belt – Starting Item that Gives +50 Capacity
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