The Differences Between War And Team Deathmatch Modes In PUBG Mobile
War and Team Deathmatch are all two awesome game modes played by most of the players in PUBG Mobile. Some elements, such as killing melee enemies, calculating kill points, and being imperishable are wonderful elements that can be found only in two of these game modes. This is also the main reason why people keep making a comparison between them. Are PUBG Mobile Team Deathmatch and PUBG Mobile War the same thing? Or do they still have differences? Let’s dive into this comparison deeper!
What are the differences between War and Team Deathmatch in PUBG Mobile?
In the War mode, each match will be set in a small random area with the stable circle on Erangel Map. Most of the terrains are broad hilly areas or open constructions.
However, in Team Deathmatch, the map is different. This mode contains a small special private map called “Tom: Warehouse” with an unchanged structure, including 2 sides of the separate revival area, a large warehouse in the middle of the map, types of containers and some areas that are easy to cover everywhere.
The number of participants
In PUBG Mobile War mode, the maximum number of players participating is 20, even when you choose Solo, Duo, or Squad to play.
In PUBG Mobile Team Deathmatch, you will work together with a team. One team will contain 4 maximum players, and there will be two opposing teams competing against each other.
When you get started in the War mode, all players will be on the same plane. They can choose their favorite locations to land. There is a small difference in terms of speed when parachuting in this mode, which is much faster than normal.
In Team Deathmatch, players will begin PUBG Mobile right in their headquarters area, there is no parachute action here.
In both modes, you will be randomly equipped with a gun that has a basic viewfinder as soon as it begins. But in the War mode, there will be ammo and blood given to you, and in Team Deathmatch, you can get access to more attachments (the system is already available with the automatic healing function)
You should note that there are two kinds of random matches for PUBG Mobile War mode: some kinds of rifles and Kar98. Depending on the match, you will have appropriate guns and attachments.
If in the War mode, except for the first limited types of equipment, players can only find more resources in other loot crates or they can get more resources from the aid crates dropped on the map randomly, then Team Deathmatch will be different a bit.
When in Team Deathmatch, there are plenty of guns, ammo, and equipment available at the headquarters area for players to freely pick. In return for this, killing enemies will not bring you any loot crates.
The interesting thing about these two PUBG Mobile modes is after revival, all equipment you have spent will be reset to its original default.
In the PUBG Mobile War mode, in case you get destroyed by an enemy, you will have to get on the plane then jump down on the ground. The total amount of time from getting destroyed to reviving and landing down on the ground will be 20 seconds.
But in the Team Deathmatch mode, as soon as you get killed, you will have to return to your headquarters area. The transfer time of this mode is slightly faster than the war mode. The amount of time from being destroyed to the next reviving near the enemy side is less than 10 seconds.
How to calculate the kill points
In the War mode, you will see that there is 1 column of 200 points, if you play with a team, each time you save, you will get one more point and if you kill an enemy, if you get up to 3 points. You will not an ability to save your teammates in Solo mode. The team that reaches 200 points first will win. If there are no teams reaching 200 points within 15 minutes, the team with the highest score will win.
In Team Deathmatch, the goal of every team is to gather 40 points (equivalent to 40 enemies destroyed). These points can be gained by killing enemies. The team reaching 40 points first or has a higher total score than the other team within 10 minutes will win the match.
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