PUBG Mobile: Ancient Secret, Release Date, Rewards, What Is It, Boss Fights, Map Changes And More

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PUBG Mobile has the newest limited-time event on the way, Ancient Secret.

This new event will bring big map changes and more.

Here's everything you need to know!

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Ancient Secret Event

PUBG Mobile Ancient Secret will be a follow up of the Jungle Adventure event which came out a couple of months ago.

The Ancient Secret limited-time event will be similar to that of Jungle Adventure.


The biggest difference this time is the map.

The Jungle Adventure event only affected one map but this new event will affect both Erangel and Miramar.

This event seems to be linked to Egypt and archaeology.

There will be temples to explore but more about them later.


The official PUBG Mobile Twitter announced the Ancient Secrets will be making its way to the game on August 4th.

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Similar To Jungle Adventure


You may see some floating temples above you in the sky, this is only the beginning of what's to come!

This event you won't have to enter a specific game mode, you'll have to battle it out in Erangel or Miramar and you might be lucky enough to send up in an Ancient Secret match.

If you are in an event match there will be a cutscene at the beginning.


There will be puzzles in this new game mode, you'll have to enter temples and solve them.

You'll have to unlock temples either through a puzzle or riddle. 

If you're successful you can unlock some great loot.

There will be a temple larger than others in the map, up in the sky, this temple will spawn a boss for you to defeat.


Boss Fights

Use the loot you found in other temples to beat the boss, once you've done this the boss will drop even better loot!

Once the fight is over you'll be returned to the ground.

There should also be special rewards for completing challenges, although we don't currently know what they are.