Want to look like Tom Cruise? I mean, who doesn’t? The actor-turned-stuntman (or so it appears, these days) may not be available to play in PUBG Mobile but you sure as hell can rock a similar look with the PUBG Mission Impossible outfit that’s on offer now. Fittingly for the franchise, the actual items aren’t that easy to unlock, so we’ll run down the best ways to get your hands on them. This guide will explode in ten seconds.
PUBG Mission Impossible Outfit: What’s Included?
There are four items available, but you only need three to complete the PUBG Mission Impossible outfit. There are two separate jackets (both costing 70 Agent IDs, more on that later), a pair of combat pants (50 Agent IDs) and, finally, some black boots (40 Agent IDs).
PUBG Mission Impossible Outfit: How to Unlock the Outfits
To unlock each item, you’ll need to spend the required Agent IDs in the game’s store. But how do you unlock these Agent IDs? There are several ways to go about earning them, with some being more effective than others at working your way towards collecting enough to get the full PUBG Mission Impossible outfit (remember: you’ll need 160 in total for the full thing). However, do not buy a crate, simply buy the outfit separately so you’re guaranteed the item.
- 1 Agent ID per day just for logging in (up to seven days total).
- Complete Mission Impossible daily missions: Up to 4 Agent IDs a day.
- Co Op Combat Missions: Up to 4 Agent IDs a day
- Top Player Objections (rank in the Top 20 or Top 10, depending on the day): Up to 3 Agent IDs a day
As you can see, a fair bit of work needs to go into unlocking them. Keep at it every day, though, and you’ll soon be able to grab them.
PUBG Mission Impossible Outfit: End Date
The event, and the outfit that goes with it, will disappear on August 30.