PUBG Mobile is More Feature Rich Than Its PC Counterpart, Here Are All The Feature Missing From PC

PUBG Mobile is much better in terms of available features compared to the PC version. It is a shame that...

PUBG Mobile is much better in terms of available features compared to the PC version. It is a shame that the original game that started it all lacks the basic features that should be available by now. Many of these features don’t even seem to be in the pipeline.

Let’s take a look at the features that should be available in the PC version by now.


There is a league system in PUBG Mobile while the feature is still missing from the main game. Which league you fall into depends on how good you are in the game and it is one of the most requested features. League system is used by some of the most popular games such as League of Legends, DOTA 2, and Overwatch.


PUBG Mobile allows you to create your own clan with your friends. You can invite your friends or random players you meet online. This is a very basic feature that is oddly missing from the main game.



This is a very useful feature that makes complete sense and fits with the game’s nature. Majority of the time spent in the game goes to looting and as we know there are levels of gears, the highest being level 3. Auto-loot in mobile automatically picks up a higher level gear when you are in close proximity. For example, if you are using a level 1 helmet and come close enough to a level 2, the character will automatically equip it. This feature is exclusive to PUBG Mobile right now.


PUBG isn’t very accessible for new players as it throws you right in the middle of the action without warning. There must be a separate practice mode or at least bots that would allow new players to become familiar with its dynamics. PUBG mobile didn’t really get this feature right as it threw in bots in live matches. However, having a separate mode with the option to play against bots for practice should be a thing.

What other features and improvements would you like to see in PUBG and PUBG mobile? Let us know in the comments below.

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