We asked Mortal to take the zero kill PUBG challenge. Here’s what happened

That’s exactly how we challenged Naman Mathur a.k.a. Mortal who is well known for his PUBG gameplays.

FP Studio September 12, 2019 16:40:59 IST
We asked Mortal to take the zero kill PUBG challenge. Here’s what happened

For anyone who’s played PUBG before knows that it’s the one game that has lived up to its hype. The thrill of dodging, finding and finally killing all your enemies gives you that much-needed adrenaline rush. After all, who doesn’t like sniping and throwing bombs in virtual life? But what if we challenge you to win the Chicken Dinner without killing anyone?

That’s exactly how we challenged Naman Mathur a.k.a. Mortal who is well known for his PUBG gameplays. He’s won numerous Chicken Dinners, wiped off squads after squads single-handedly, killed enemies by jumping on top of them with just a grenade and let’s not get started about his headshot skills. But this time we challenged him to take the Zero Kill challenge and sneak his way into victory. We armed him with OnePlus’ new offering - the OnePlus 7 Pro to help him get the task done.

Will he get his chicken dinner this time or will he die at the hands of his enemies? Watch the video to know.

Updated Date:

Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Get technology news, gadgets reviews & ratings. Popular gadgets including laptop, tablet and mobile specifications, features, prices, comparison.

also read

FAU-G records over 1 million pre-registrations on Google Play Store in less than 24 hours
News & Analysis

FAU-G records over 1 million pre-registrations on Google Play Store in less than 24 hours

If you pre-register FAU-G, you will be receiving a notification whenever it will be available for download on Play Store.

FAU-G mobile game appears on Play Store; now open for pre-registration: All we know
News & Analysis

FAU-G mobile game appears on Play Store; now open for pre-registration: All we know

The size, release date and the devices compatible with the game are still not revealed officially.

'I forget about the world': Afghan youths are increasingly finding escape in video games
World

'I forget about the world': Afghan youths are increasingly finding escape in video games

Wedged between the once oppressive Taliban regime of the 1990s and the growth of the internet and social media in the 21st Century, Afghanistan’s government has long walked a thin line