The new update weighs around 138 MB in size and the first apparent change is the addition of the new M762 automatic rifle, which can be found on all maps while playing the game. It is the first 7.62mm round firing rifle that has the ability to equip a stock. Players will also find the Scooter in Sanhok that can carry two players and the map has also been updated with dynamic weather that randomly changes between sunny, rain and foggy.
The Arcade Mode gets a new Hardcore Mode alongside War, Sniper Training, Quick Match and Mini Zone. This mode is aimed at advanced players and will be available periodically in the form of “Hardcore Week”. The new mode currently supports only the Erangel map and removes audio cues like footsteps like its PC version, so that the game is a bit more challenging. Coming to the new Royale Pass for Season 4, it adds Mission Cards for players to complete harder missions and there are new firearm finishes, character faces, hairstyles and rare outfit rewards. There’s also a new event where packs are discounted heavily during Black Friday. Additionally, for players to purchase next season’s Pass, the game has added 600 UC to Elite Pass rewards. The redemption feature has also been tweaked so that Elite Pass holders can purchase discounted items with BP or RP points. Getting measly crate items can be frustrating and keeping this in mind, the game developers have put a system in place that dramatically increases the odds of receiving crate items for a limited amount of time.
Additional improvements to PUBG Mobile in Season 4 includes an optimised chat system that is said to consume less memory and retain more messages. Matchmaking and chat now supports not selecting a second language and the front page of the in-game Shop has been revamped to emphasise weapon finish themes. The 0.9.5 update also adds increased odds of certain crate drops.