Since the early access phase, it has only been possible to drive on roads and waters in PUBG. Where the PUBG developers are now sending us, there is no longer any need for roads.
PUBG Labs introduced the community a two-seat Motor Glider airplane, which will allow you to take off and fire at enemies.
To take off, you will need to get the speed up to 70km/h. Once the cruising speed is reached, the airplane will start to take off automatically, allowing players to reach their destination in the blink of an eye. Once in the air, taking advantage of being at a higher altitude, your passenger can shoot opponents or throw grenades or other Molotov cocktails.
The enemy can try to knock down the hang glider with an engine. Only the engine can be destroyed, the wings will suffer less damage than the body, but the wheels will not be affected. Therefore, even if you run out of the engine, you can plan and land. Be careful near the propeller; otherwise, you will find out how the fight between the face and the propeller ends.
The motor glider has two seats, one for the pilot and one for the passenger. Fuel consumption in Motor Glider is linked to the engine speed – the more you accelerate, the more fuel you use. For an airplane, there is no limit to the altitude you can reach, but the engine will start to lose power as you gain altitude. A hang glider will appear throughout the map.
- Use W/S keys to control the pitch and A/D to control the roll of the aircraft
- Adjust the throttle by holding Left Shift and Left Ctrl keys
- Hold Spacebar when on the ground to engage the handbrake
Take to the skies with the new motorized hang glider and attack enemy squads everywhere – no matter where they are.