pubg tdm rules guide

February 12, 2020 by admin with 0 comments

PUBG – Team Deathmatch Rules and Guide


PUBG’s Team Deathmatch will bring intense 8v8 fights to 7 different battlefields pulled from your favorite maps.

Let’s check out what are the rules of the Pubg TDM.

PUBG Team Deathmatch Rules

  • 8 vs 8
  • FPP only
  • Spawn Kits enabled
    • Open the map to select your weapon Spawn Kit
  • Respawns enabled
    • Respawn 5 seconds after each death
    • Players respawn close to friendly players if the location is safe
    • Players will be briefly invulnerable after respawning
  • DBNO disabled
    • No knockdowns
  • Friendly Fire disabled
  • Kills and assists fill your boost gauge
    • After not taking damage for 5 seconds, your health will begin to regenerate, whilst also depleting your boost gauge
  • Players cannot reconnect to TDM matches.
    • Unfortunately, this includes accidentally leaving the match or crashing

PUBG TDM Win Conditions

  • First team to reach 50 kills, or the highest kills after 10 minutes wins the round
  • 2 round wins secures the match victory

PUBG TDM Rewards

  • BP will be rewarded based on your individual score
  • No Survivor Pass XP is received

PUBG TDM Respawns

In the PUBG Team Deathmatch gamemode, players who are killed will respawn at a respawn point based on their team’s current situation. Players will respawn close to friendlies and far from enemies when possible. For example, when your team has occupied an advantageous area, teammates can respawn close to this area’s perimeter.

Be aware that players won’t respawn when the location is considered contested due to enemies in range! In this case, they will be safely respawned closer to their starting zone. All players will spawn invincible for a brief time to help reduce spawn camping.

PUBG TDM Boost Gauge

The TDM Boost Gauge fills by scoring kills and assists during the match and begins to restore your health after you haven’t received damage for 5 seconds.

The Boost Gauge in TDM works differently than in a normal Battle Royale match. When you spawn, your gauge will be 50% full and will not decrease until you’ve taken damage. In TDM, this gauge both heals and depletes much faster and can only be filled by scoring kills (+50%) and assists (+20%). If 5 seconds have passed since you took damage, your Boost Gauge will begin to deplete by 10% per second, replenishing 10% of max health each tick until full. The Boost Gauge in TDM will not grant any movement speed increases.

PUBG Spawn Kit

Spawn Kits are sets of equipment and weapons you choose as your loadout. Players will be able to see their current Spawn Kit and the scoreboard by toggling the map while in-game. If you change your Spawn Kit on this screen, it will apply the next time you respawn or at the start of the next round. There are currently 8 different types of Spawn Kits to choose from: 2 AR kits, 2 DMR kits, 2 SR kits, 1 SMG kit, and 1 Shotgun kit. You can select any kit you like, just make sure you’re choosing the right kit for the current situation.

This is just the beginning for Arcade. We’ll be adding new battlefields for Team Deathmatch and will be watching your feedback closely for other ways to improve it. Moreover, we’re planning to add new and familiar game modes to Arcade, blending PUBG’s unique gameplay into thrilling new experiences.

Have something you’d like to see make its way to Arcade? Send us your ideas! Your feedback drove the addition of Arcade and we’d love to hear what else you’d like to see.

For now, spawn onto a battlefield and get your frag on!

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