PUBG Corporation releases the beta version of PUBG Mobile regularly to test the various features of the upcoming update before its global release. Earlier, an activation code was needed to access the beta version, which the players can get from the events section.
However, a lot of players reported issues with the invitation code system. While a few of them could not find the option to get invitation code in-game, others could not log-in to the PUBG Mobile beta version using it. Considering the feedback, PUBG Corporation has decided to remove the invitation code mechanism from February 24.
It means players will be able to login freely and test the upcoming features of the game. Recently the second version of the PUBG Mobile 1.3 beta update has been released, and players can download it from the links listed below:
If you still face any issues, you can report them by using the following feedback format:
- Bug Description
- Reference link or screenshots (Videos need to be uploaded on YouTube)
- Beta ID
- Global ID
- System (iOS/Android)
As per the beta version, PUBG Mobile 1.3 update will add Karakin map, Hundred Rhythms music-themed gameplay, Code-C map, Sticky Bomb, and more to the game.