PUBG on Xbox One controls: How to shoot and survive

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Battlegrounds by Playerunknown arrives today on Xbox One and brings with it a new control scheme. It takes some getting used to, so here are the basics to get you started.


battlefields is a fairly polished tactical shooter and includes controls that allow you to lean into corners and change the range of your weapon. The controller cards were revealed on the official Xbox blog not too long ago, but they don’t do a good job of telling you what’s going on. Let’s start with collecting items and equipping attachments.

To grab something on the ground, just walk up to it and point your crosshairs at it. Press X and go to your inventory. Weapons automatically equip one of three slots, be it primary weapon, secondary weapon, or pistol.

In the gallery below I found a cache that contained an AKM, a compensator and some ammo. To get them all, just spam X while moving your cursor.

To load a weapon, hold X. To switch between multiple weapons, press Y.

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To equip an attachment you must first go to your inventory by pressing the menu button. Once you get there, you’ll notice that the screen is divided into a series of vertical columns. The first column on the left is highlighted by default and represents objects on the ground. To move them from the ground to your personal inventory, press the right side button, then use the directional pad to scroll through and highlight individual items. Just select the attachment you want and press A. Then press A again to attach it.

Once you have more weapons in your inventory, things get a little more complicated. A red dot sight can fit on a primary weapon, secondary weapon, or pistol. You must use the D-Pad to select the correct weapon before pressing A to attach it.

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To switch between primary, secondary, pistol, and melee weapons, use the Y button.

Primary and secondary weapons are interchangeable. To replace a primary weapon with a ground weapon, equip your primary weapon and then pick up the new weapon. The old weapon will fall to the ground. The same goes for your high school.

The D-Pad has a number of different functions. Pressing up equips your melee weapon. Pressing the right mouse button toggles between different types of grenades. Press down to switch between medical consumables, while holding to use them. Links changes the fire mode of your current weapon (if there are multiple fire modes).

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Once you have a ranged weapon, press the left trigger to toggle sight mode. This allows you to use your scope if you have one equipped. Up and down on the D-Pad will adjust the range.

After aiming, hold down the left bumper to hold your breath.

Switch between first and third person with the right bumper. The first-person perspective is particularly useful for indoor melee combat. is because in battlefields, bullets are fired directly from the muzzle of a gun. If your gun’s butt is hidden behind a windowsill, it will miss the target. Switching to first-person perspective will give you a better idea of ​​if something is blocking your shot.

But playing in the third person also has its advantages.

In third-person mode, if you hold down the left trigger, the camera will zoom in and slightly stabilize your lens. Clicking the left or right stick allows you to lean left or right in first or third person view. But in third person, this also selects which shoulder you’re looking at when zooming.

When moving through narrow corridors in third person, it’s important to move the camera to the right shoulder. Doing this quickly will give you a wider field of view when turning a corner, allowing you to see enemies before they see you.

Accessing Free Look allows you to aim your weapon in one direction and look in another by holding down the right bumper and moving the right analog stick.

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