Top 3 Uses of PUBG Mobile Lite BC
PUBG Mobile Lite is a popular battle royale title developed for gamers with low-end devices. Players can get the same action packed BR PUBG experience on a low spec smartphone.
Players can purchase a special in-game currency called Battle Coins. When buying BC currency, players can redeem a lot of in-game items with its help. This article covers three of those items that players love to use with BC.
Best Uses of PUBG Mobile Lite BC
1) Buy winner tickets
Winner Pass in PUBG Mobile Lite (Image via Krafton)
The first thing most players are looking to buy with BC in PUBG Mobile Lite is Winner Passes. The developers have added 2 winning cards for players in the game. Players can obtain these passes to unlock various in-game rewards such as clothing, weapon skins, and other items. There are two passes to win in the game:
- Elite upgrade 280 s
- Elite Upgrade Plus 800 BC
2) Buy upgradeable weapon skins
The second best use of BC in PUBG Mobile Lite is to buy upgradeable weapon skins. Players can get their hands on the skins of legendary weapons with the help of BC.
The developers are releasing loads of upgradeable skins for weapons like the M416, AKM and Kar98k with specialized kill feeds, loot chests, and many other perks. With the help of some paint and materials, players can upgrade their weapon skin to the maximum.
3) Box slots:
Use BC to open chests in PUBG Mobile Lite (Image via Prince Suraj YT)
The third use of BC that players can make in PUBG Mobile Lite is to open chests. There are many chests available in the game which can be unlocked with the help of BC. Many of these chests contain legendary outfits and rare weapon skins. Players can use BC to open these chests and get many cool items in their inventory.
Players are advised to use the in-game store and other trusted stores to buy BC in PUBG Mobile Lite. All other online BC generator apps and websites are fake and increase the chance of user losing their account.
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