PUBG Cellular brings unique Yamaha bikes as each collaborate for a restricted time
- Yamaha bikes shall be obtainable to gamers between July 9 to 22
- In the course of the length, gamers can unlock two new in-game automobile skins, MWT-9 and T7 Idea, from Yamaha
PUBG Cellular, the favored battle royale recreation, has collaborated with Yamaha Motor for bringing superbikes into the gameplay. The corporate in an announcement on Thursday introduced the brand new partnership. PUBG Cellular gamers on Android and iOS can take pleasure in bike rides with Yamaha beginning as we speak (July 9 2020) and thru Wednesday, July 22. For these unaware, Yamaha Motor marked its 65th anniversary earlier this month.
PUBG Cellular will get Yamaha bikes for in-game expertise
Yamaha bikes shall be obtainable in the course of the gameplay to PUBG Cellular customers beginning Thursday. Gamers can unlock two new in-game automobile skins, MWT-9 and T7 Idea, with two colors to select from. The MWT-9 is the idea mannequin that embodies Yamaha Motor’s LMW (Leaning Multi-Wheel) expertise. It will get enabling gentle, athletic physique, and sporty dealing with with a sense of stability.
“This idea mannequin results in Yamaha’s NIKEN manufacturing bike, a three-wheels widespread mannequin offering assured management on numerous highway circumstances,” the corporate defined.
Gamers may also get the T7 Idea, the idea mannequin of Yamaha’s Tenere 700 manufacturing mannequin, which the corporate says is good for distinctive off-road journey driving.
Other than the brand new automobile skins, the collaboration brings ZENITH Graphic Helmet and CONTEND Jacket for riders to equip with as effectively.
Along with the brand new rides, gamers may also rejoice the collaboration by collaborating in a log-in occasion in the course of the partnership interval.
Gamers who sign up to PUBG Cellular for 3 days earlier than Wednesday, July 22 will earn a particular Yamaha crate, which unlocks a seven-day trial for the MWT-9, ZENITH Graphic Helmet and CONTEND Jacket.
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