PUBG Mobile Season 4 release date confirmed: What’s new? Tencent Games has announced to release new PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile update soon and before the roll-out of the public, it has revealed some of the changes in the new patch and also offering beta app users to test the preview version and get the feedback.PUBG Mobile is getting a lot of value-added features, weapons, quality-of-life and other good stuff in the upcoming update. Major improvements include the addition of new G36C rifle, Tukshai vehicle, some Zombie skills has been tuned and more.Here’re official PUBG Mobile 0.11.5 patch notes: PUBG Mobile new update is comingTwitter/PUBG MobileClassicDynamic weather added to Erangel and MiramarAdded a new weapon: G36C rifle (Vikendi only). Fires 5.56 mm rounds and can be equipped with stocks. Replaces SCAR-L in VikendiAdded a new Sanhok-exclusive vehicle: Tukshai, a three-wheeled bus. This will replace the Jeep, Dacia and Mini BusSurvive Till Dawn:Zombies will now enter a weakened state from time to time during the match. Please see in-game announcements for more informationFixed some areas on the map where zombies could not enterDamage outside of safe zone at night has been increasedSome resource drops have been tunedSome zombie skills have been tunedVehicle fuel levels have been tunedGeneral:Quick chat message “I got supplies” is now pre-selectedOutfit preview will send a warning when a piece being previewed is hidden by a currently equipped pieceWhen previewing outfits from a new crate, the preview from the previous crate will now be removedAdded tapping feedback to buttons of the main menuInterested PUBG Mobile users can download the 0.11.5 beta on their Android and iOS phones from here.In a related development, PUBG Mobile is facing a lot of flak in India, as it is being accused of inciting violent behaviour and also parents are worried of 10th and 12th-grade students neglecting studies to play the battle royale games late into the night.Already, four cities in Gujarat, a western state of India has banned the PUBG Mobile gaming till March 30 and some regions till April 30, as the year-end academic exams take place during this period. Rajkot City Police of Gujarat has enforced total ban of PUBG Mobile in the city for two months.Rajkot City Police/Twitter (screen-shot)Violators will be prosecuted under section 188 of IPC (Indian Penal Code), which is disobedience to an order lawfully promulgated by a public servant. Close
Oil prices were little changed on Thursday as uncertainty ahead of a planned OPEC-led crude production cut and thin liquidity due to the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday kept traders from making big new bets on markets.International Brent crude oil futures LCOc1 were trading at $49.00 at 0403 GMT, up 5 cents from their last close.U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures CLc1 were at $48.04 per barrel, up 8 cents from their last settlement.Traders said market activity was low due to the U.S. holiday, and there was a reluctance to take on big price directional bets due to uncertainty about a planned oil production cut, led by the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).OPEC is due to meet on Nov. 30 to coordinate a cut, potentially together with non-OPEC member Russia, but there is also disagreement within the producer cartel as to which member states should cut and by how much.”The Thanksgiving Holiday today has thinned traders interest … but the OPEC result next Wednesday is the only game in town for energy traders,” said Jeffrey Halley, senior market analyst at OANDA brokerages in Singapore.Most analysts believe some form of production cut will be agreed, but it is uncertain whether it will be enough to prop up a market that has been dogged by a fuel supply overhang for over two years, resulting in a record three years of falling investments into the sector, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).”We expect OPEC will reach an agreement at next week’s biannual meeting in Vienna… If OPEC does successfully reach an agreement, prices are likely to test the year high in Brent of $53 per barrel,” ANZ bank said in a note to clients on Thursday.But it added that “investor positioning data and price action suggest the market remains unconvinced,” and that net long positions, which would profit from rising prices, were still at lows not seen since oil hit $27 per barrel earlier this year.Beyond OPEC, traders said the strong U.S.-dollar, which is at levels last seen in 2003 against a basket of other leading currencies .DXY, was influencing oil prices.A strong dollar, in which oil is traded, makes fuel purchases more expensive for countries using other currencies at home, potentially crimping demand.
Setting up the festive mood ahead of the upcoming festivals– Durga Puja and Dussehra, a nearly two week-long exhibition to showcase an array of exquisite and exclusive handloom and handicrafts creations of master weavers and crafts persons of rural Bengal was opened in the national Capital on Saturday.The 5th edition of the ‘Bengal Pre-Puja Exposition’, being organised by the Office of the Resident Commissioner, Government of West Bengal, from September 17 – 29, was formally inaugurated at Handloom Haat, Janpath, in the gracious presence of Sanjay Mitra, Secretary, Transport, Government of India, Bhaskar Khulbe, Secretary to the Prime Minister, RD Meena, Officer on Special Duty, Office of the Resident Commissioner as well as other senior officials of the Government of West Bengal. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfAround 50 artisans from various districts of West Bengal will participate in the exposition which is aimed at promoting the rich and glorious tradition of Bengal handicrafts and handloom and also ensuring commercial benefits to the crafts persons and weavers before the festive season. A special attraction will be the representation of the rural craft hubs, being developed in ten locations across the state by the Department of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises and Textiles (MSME&T) in partnership with UNESCO. The artisans from the craft hubs have been brought to Delhi in collaboration with banglanatak.com, an implementing agency of the project. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveSpecial cultural soirees had been organised at the courtyard of Handloom Haat on the weekend, with performance by Bengali folk fusion band and mystic baul singers showcasing the vibrant cultural heritage of the state.The initiative is being supported by the Departments of MSME&T, Tourism and Information and Cultural Affairs, Government of West Bengal. The Office of the Development Commissioner (Handlooms), Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, which is the controlling authority of Handloom Haat, has extended valuable assistance and cooperation to this endevour.