The PUBG Mobile Season 17 end date is coming in March, bringing a close to the Runic Power mode. The new season can be expected to go live in mid-March as the PUBG Mobile Season 17’s end date is expected to be on March 21, 2021, according to patch notes of 1.2. After the season 17 end date, players will not be able to access missions or rewards from the RP section. Players' ranks will also reset and they’ll get season rewards. After PUBG Mobile Season 17’s end date, players will get their Royale Pass rewards from the Resplendent Dawn outfit and skin range. Players will receive the ‘Dayman’ airplane finish on reaching rank 40.
PUBG Mobile Season 17 had a lot of unique, new features like the Runic Power mode which gave players powers/abilities through special runes which they can use throughout the match. At the start of the match, players are able to choose between three runes on Spawn Island.
PUBG Mobile Season 17’s end date will bring a new twist to the gameplay
Over the last 17 seasons, each new update has brought something new to the game. There have been a number of leaks that have become popular within the community, and Sameer TG Gaming’s recent reveal has caught most player’s attention. These include two new outfits, one of which is a modern assassin-style costume and the other is a futuristic assassin-style costume. New weapon skins will include a pink and yellow SCAR-L skin, a pink UZI skin, and a funky golden and grey smoke grenade skin. Like all seasons, PUBG Mobile season 18 will feature two paid versions of the Royale Pass and one free version. The paid variants, called Elite Pass and Elite Pass Plus, are generally available at 600 UC and 1800 UC and this price in all likelihood will be maintained for the next one. And as always, the rank tiers of all players shall be reset meaning you will have to start climbing the leaderboards again.
The new season will also have a new Karakin map, the sixth map to be released after Erangel, Vikendi, Miramar, Livik, and Sanhok. The Karakin map, which will comprise Demolition Zone mechanics and only supports the Classic mode which has a maximum of 64 players. Karakin was released on PUBG’s PC version in February 2020. The map is half the size of Sanhok and shares its two-by-two kilometer dimensions with the Livik map.