Miramar is one of the most popular locations on the PUBGM map. This is not only because of the possibility of exciting long-range combat but also because of the substantial amount of good loot. And now with PUBGM’s latest update, Miramar has become the new goldmine for loot and weapons that every player is waiting to lay their hands on. Here is your one-stop destination to help navigate your way across the largest map in PUBGM to get to the best places for loot.
The Golden Mirado:
It’s been the talk of the town, and since there is only one available per game, you will have many players waiting to get their hands on this new addition to Miramar. Hence, tread carefully.
Once you get to the spawn island, mark the location near the Hacienda del Patron. Get to the marked location, and you will spot a tall building. Make your way into the garage of this tall building and there you will find the Golden Mirado!
Keep in mind that the Golden Mirado is spawned only once on the map, which means that players should try to get there as quickly as possible, or some other player will take it.
The new update of PUBG Mobile 0.18.0 brought in a revamped version of a Miramar, with a bunch of new features being added in. One of them is a vending machine that is exclusive to Mad Miramar and have been placed randomly and they are scattered across the map.
The vending machine dispenses painkillers and energy drinks which require a 10-second break to dispense the next item.
Here are a few guaranteed places where you can find them:
The Flare gun is an extremely rare weapon which when fired, calls in a custom airdrop with large amounts of highly valuable equipment compared to the ordinary airdrops.
Here are the best places to find them:
Scoped Winchester 94:
With the 0.18.0 update, the ultimate weapon PUBGM players have been waiting for is finally here! Fitted with a 2.7x scope, the gun has become more versatile, allowing players to use it as a mid-range sniper.
These are the best locations to find one:
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