New PUBG Monster Update & Top Products From CES 2019
New PUBG update is here! Mosters & Zombies will rule PUBG soon.
Tencent is working on another PUBG game mode known as ‘Monster Hunting’, expected to arrive with an update this upcoming Chinese New Year. Monster Hunting mode will include some of the Chinese New Year-themed locations to hunt down mythical monsters for loot.
As per the reports, the new PUBG mode will only be available via Chinese servers only.
Moving from China, we have some exciting news coming from Las Vegas. The much-touted annual Consumer Electronics Show showcased some top products and services. Companies from around the globe unveiled their upcoming innovative technologies.
PUBG Monster Hunting Mode: What’s New?
Tencent will soon launch a new mode with the PUBG Mobile 0.13.0 update. It’s already available in beta version, and you can test it out on the Chinese servers. Dubbed as Monster Hunting mode, the PUBG update will bring in Chinese New Year-themed locations with monster hunts.
Players need to carry out monster hunts for loot. These will be Chinese mythical creature-looking monsters. You need to first activate the statues placed around the map to play in the Monster Hunting Mode.
The new update is reported to be only available on the Chinese servers, but with the growing popularity worldwide, the company may end up releasing it for everyone.
For now, you can shoot down zombies instead of monsters in India. The upcoming rumoured ‘zombie mode’ will be available via the next PUBG Mobile update. The Zombie PUBG mobile update may go live some time between January 18 to 20 with new weapons, vehicles and some other added features.
CES 2019: Top Products Launched
The Consumer Electronics Show 2019 saw thousands of innovative products from companies around the globe. While some were path breaking, a few boast the next-generation technologies.
Let’s take a quick look at some of the most exciting launches at the CES 2019:
LG Signature OLED TV R
South Korean tech giant unveiled a TV at the CES 2019 which can be rolled. The LG Signature OLED 65-inch 4K TV can retract into its base without taking up any space. It supports all the latest VAs like Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa.
Samsung Wall 146-inch TV
Samsung unveiled its Micro LED technology for The Wall, a 146-inch TV. The Samsung Wall uses Micro LED panels with bezel-free panels and customizable screen sizes. It supports different display sizes without losing amy image quality.
A unique Dreem band was launched at the CES 2019 which can help you understand out what you are doing wrong. Yes, it can track your brain to figure out what’s wrong. It’s a headband that uses different sensors to monitor your heart rate and respiration activities.
BreadBot is a special machine that can mix, form, proof, bake and cool breads in an hour. You don’t need to buy packaged bread as with BreadBot you can enjoy fresh, healthy and preservative free breads.
Somnox Sleep Robot
The Somnox Sleep Robot helps you sleep better. This small companion robot will mirror your breathing so that you can sleep better at night.
HP Omen X Emperium 65 Big Format Gaming Display
The HP Omen X Emperium monitor is the first Nvidia’s Big Format Gaming Displays (BFGDs) with a 65-inch high-quality gaming performance. It offers 144Hz refresh rate with DCI-P3 95 percent and G-Sync with HDR support.
The Kettlebell Connect is a smart kettlebell which can be adjusted to track your movements. It comes with built-in motion sensors which can help you measure the integrity of your workout.