PUBG Desert Knights Event Mode For Xbox Revealed, Schedules and Rules

For the fans excitedly waiting for PUBG Desert Knight Event Mode, the devs have revealed the required information for it on the official website of PUBG.

The information contains details about Event Schedule Available Quese, Rules, Other Event Rules and an image that highlights the safe zone points.

Having said that this is first Desert Knights event mode for Xbox, which was announced on Thursday.

Having said that the details have been listed below, however, if you wish to check out the complete information you can certainly check out the website.

Before going into the rules, events, and schedules, they have given a small intro in which the devs have explained this event mode.

This weekend’s event is Desert Knights, where you drop into Miramar with a 10-person squad, kitted with all level three gear, a care package weapon, and other items. Teams will get points for knockdowns and kills, and the team that reaches 150 points, or has the highest points after 12 minutes, wins the battle!

The schedule of the event is:

STARTS: Sep 20, 07:00PM PDT / Sep 21, 04:00AM CEST
ENDS: Sep 23, 07:00 PM PDT / Sep 24, 04:00AM CEST

As mentioned earlier, it is a 10 man squad on Miramar. Players can only queue by themselves as they have not added any group queue availability due to stability issue. However, they will be adding group queues as soon as they are able to reach a stable state.

Rules of PUBG Desert Knights Event Mode are as follows;

  • War Mode
  • Two 10-man squads fight on Miramar (max 20)
  • All players spawn with level three gear, a care package weapon, first aid kit, random sidearm, and 2 grenades
  • Killed players respawn in planes that fly by every 30 seconds
  • Eliminating an enemy earns your team 3 points
  • If no squad reaches 150 points after 12 minutes, the squad with the most point wins
  • Vehicles will not spawn

With all that said, these are just the important details, if you wish to take a deeper dive you can head on down to the official website.

Now although PUBG is one of the most successful Battle Royale games out there, it seems like the release of Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Blackout just might affect the game in general. Or perhaps that just seems to be the case at the moment.

The fact that just recently PUBG player count dipped below a million due to the fact that Black Ops 4 Blackout Beta was active is something the devs should be worried about. So this would be quite interesting to see how PUBG gets out of this one.