Everything you need to know about the new Survivor Pass: Vikendi

Here’s a comprehensive overview about everthing you can earn in the PUBG Survivor Pass: Vikendi and what some of the items do.

As with Sanhok, PUBG Corp. released a mission and challenge based progression system that will grant players exclusive cosmetic awards. If you complete missions you can earn up to 114 different rewards, 15 of which are included in the free pass. To be able to claim the 99 other rewards you’ll need to purchase the premium Survival Pass for 9,99$. Not all of the rewards are Skins but generally this system offers a lot more value for 9,99$ as similar systems or the Event Pass: Sanhok offered previously.

Take a look at this breakdown of the different Skins available:

  • 3 Face/Mask skins
  • 16  Emotes/Dances
  • 2 Shoes/Boots
  • 7 Jackets
  • 1 Shirt
  • 7 Pants/Skirts
  • 1 pair of Gloves
  • 6 Helmets (Level 1&2)
  • 2 Hats
  • 25 Weapon Skins

Items/Boosts:

  • 12.900BP (total)
  • 11 BP Boosts of 2%
  • 63.000 XP (total)
  • 10 Blue Coupon Cards

If you want to take a closer look at all the skins, we’re preparing a site to show you all of them including their 3D models and the option to choose them in our Wardrobe. It will be linked here as soon as it is ready.

What are Coupon Cards?

There are 3 types of Coupons: Blue, Yellow and White.A Coupon can be earned each level by leveling up. There are also 10 Blue Coupons available in the (Free) Survivor Pass: Vikendi. For each Coupon type there are different skins available in the ingame Store. Currently skins are priced either 12 Blue Coupons, 10 Yellow Coupons or 5 White Coupons. Learn more about Coupons in this post.

What do I need BP and XP for?

BP is the free ingame currency from PUBG. You can earn it by playing matches, the better you place and the more kills you get, the more you can earn in a match. It can also be used to purchase certain skins in the Store. As this is the free currency it can’t be bought directly through microtransactions.

XP stands for Experience Points and works similar to most other games. You need XP to level up in the game.

 

This should be all for now, we’ll continue to keep you posted with all things happening in PUBG, check back for more infos and follow us on social media to stay up to date.

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