PUBG Releases New Skin To Help Australian Wildfires

PUBG Releases New Skin to Help Australian Wildfires

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PUBG Releases New Skin to Help Australian Wildfires

GridGames.ID – Game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegorund (PUBG) has just released a new skin.

This new skin can be used on weapons melee frying pan or a frying pan.

Different from usual, there is something interesting about the release of the new PUBG skin this time.

They revealed that they would donate 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the skin to help recover victims from the Australian fire.

Also Read: Game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Collects Australian Fire Donation

This new skin has a design of a koala hugging a kangaroo wrapped in a cute look.

They made the announcement through their official Twitter social media account on Wednesday (19/2).

In making the design, PUBG collaborated with a well-known designer named Hector Janse van Rensburg.

Hector, better known as Shitty Watercolor, does have a fairly unique design.

Also Read: Awesome! New ‘Team Deathmatch’ Mode Coming Soon to PUBG

When viewed from his twitter page, Hector often shares an interesting and funny image design.

The collaboration skin between PUBG and Shitty Watercolour can be purchased on PC from 19 February – 18 March 2021.

To be able to get it, you only need to spend $ 2.99 or around Rp. 42 thousand.

You can also buy the skin through the console from 27 February – 26 March 2021 with 300 G-Coins.

Also Read: Kojima Productions Assists in the Recovery of Fire Victims in Australia

PUBG’s collaboration with Shitty Watercolour certainly deserves appreciation.

This indicates that the desire to help each other towards fellow humans can be done through any media including games.

For those of you who also want to help, just buy the koala friying pan skin.


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