Among the handful of fake announcements today for April Fool’s Day 2019, PUBG Mobile has revealed a new system of subscriptions for players to enjoy. The PUBG Mobile subscriptions grant players various boons to aid in collecting in-game currency and earning more crates of loot, and come in two different bundles; Prime, and Prime Plus. However, many players are asking if it’s best to get PUBG Mobile Prime Plus, Prime, or both to get the most rewards, given that the benefits of both subscriptions can stack. Read on to find out more on the subscription differences, and to decide if they’re worth it.
PUBG Mobile Prime Plus, Prime, or Both | Subscription differences and worth it?
The new PUBG Mobile subscriptions give players more opportunities to collect in-game currencies and earn loot crates, for a monthly cost. This comes in two bundles: first, the Prime subscription costs $0.99 per month, and enables you to use the BP currency to purchase items for a short period, along with giving you a small supply of UC regularly. In contrast, the Prime Plus subscription costs $4.99, but gives you discounts on some items, more opportunities to buy items with BP, and to collect more UC and RP points every day, as well as a discount on the Classic Crate lottery.
These subscriptions are aimed at regular players of the mobile battle royale; while casual players might not see the worth in these monthly packages, those who play every day can certainly benefit. The effects of both packages do stack, but if you’re already buying the Prime Plus, there’s not much gain in buying Prime as well. The major benefit of the Prime subscription is the ability to purchase items with BP, which is genuinely useful for many players. In comparison, while the Prime Plus subscription gives you more discounts, it also costs five times as much. As such, Prime Plus might not be worth the extra cost for most players, but could be perfect to grab all the new loot in Season 6 of PUBG Mobile.