This guide will show you how to bring up and use the brand new Training Helper feature in the Training Mode of PUBG.
The Training Helper is packed with helpful features
PUBG always had a Training Mode. It’s just that, it wasn’t as useful as the ones in games like Valorant, Apex, etc. But, that is finally about to change. With that latest update, some brand-new features have arrived in the Training Mode. The PUBG devs have made some big improvements to the current Training Mode. And most of those changes are based on the community’s feedback to create a more effective and efficient space for players wanting to hone their skills.
Previously, players had to roam about finding and looting needed weapons, ammo, and attachments, in the Training Mode. Furthermore, in order to practice using several guns, players had to stay near the gun spawning area to conveniently switch weapons.
So, to make things a bit easier, a new Training Helper has been introduced in PUBG. With the Training Helper, players will be able to whip up any weapon or item any time, anywhere.
How to enable the Training Helper in PUBG
To bring up the Training Helper, press:
|PC||‘,’ (comma) key|
|PlayStation||Hold Touchpad button|
|Xbox||Hold View button|
|Stadia||Hold Google Assistant button|
Here are some useful information, that might help you understand the Training Helper better:
- The maximum number of items a player can summon is 200
- Each item summon will be counted as 1. For example, even if a player summons 30 rounds of ammo, it will be counted as 1 summon.
- Vehicles and specific throwables can not be summoned.
- And finally, players will now be able to adjust sensitivity with the Training Helper right away, without having to go in Settings every time. I am glad the devs considered this.
And, that is all the information I have for the Training Helper in PUBG. If you think this guide has helped you, then let us know in the comment section below. Also, if you have any addition to make regarding this topic, then also you can comment below. Good luck!
That’s all folks!
Last Updated on January 6, 2022