PUBG Crates | Player Unknown Battlegrounds

PUBG crates are obtained wither through buying them with Battle Points, which serve as the in-game currency, or as purchasing them on the marketplace with real money.

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Battlegrounds features special crates that players can acquire via in-game currency or, if playing on PC on the Steam Community Market. There are many different types of crates that can be acquired and they are primarily used to boost the cosmetic value of the game. After all PUBG is not just about mutilating and killing, you have to look good while you’re at it! This is true to such an extent that the rarest of PUBG items and cosmetics fetch hundreds of dollars of real money on the Steam Community Market. It is, of course possible to strike it lucky and get these items from crates.

Top 10 types of PUBG crates and sets

1: Pioneer Crate – Pioneer Crates contain semi-random gear for players. They are acquired with Battle Points (BP), which are given every time a round has ended.

2: PlayerUnknown Set Crate – This contains all the PU clothes like the trench coat, scarf, etc. It came with some preorders of the game or is available on Steam.

3: Gamescom Invitational Crate – Now only available on the marketplace – this is an exclusive crate for the Gamescom Invitational 2017. The crate contains diverse items/gear inspired by the cult Battle Royale movie.

4: Survivor Crate – This has 1 set of Battle Royale movie inspired/related clothing inside, with the rest random clothing. Can be purchased with BP.

5: Wanderer Crate – Similar to the Survivor crate.

6: Ivory Scool Uniform Set – Available as a male or female clothing and accessories set that goes for big bucks on Steam or can be found in Gamescom crates.

7: Tuxedo Set – Can only be found in Gamescom Invitational crates or purchased on Steam. Male or female available.

8: Twitch Prime Crate – An exclusive crate players received when using their Twitch Prime (aka Amazon Prime) during that month of redemption.

9: Black School Uniform Set – Can only be found in Gamescom Invitational crates or purchased on Steam. Male or female available.

10: Blue School Uniform Set – Can only be found in Gamescom Invitational crates or purchased on Steam. Male or female available.

With PUBG now available on Xbox One, it is definitely the right time to take a look at how PUBG crates work. In Australia, such is the anticipation of the 12.12.17 Xbox One release date that Xbox Australia are dropping three real crates containing Xbox goodies in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane

To earn Battle Points (BP) you must play the game and earn them through kills and simply staying alive for a long time! The game developers have made a system that staggers the cost of PUBG crates so that each crate you earn or buy in a given week costs more than the last, as follows:

First crate: 700 BP

Second crate: 1,400 BP

Third crate: 2,800 BP

Fourth crate: 4,200 BP

Fifth crate: 5,600 BP

Sixth crate: 7,000 BP

This is done to “enforce a soft limit on the number of crates you can buy a week to make sure there is rarity and value in the marketplace.” (https://pubg.gamepedia.com). There is a strict limit of 6 crates per week.

It is worth mentioning that when players use BP to buy crates it is randomly decided whether they will receive a Survivor Crate or a Wanderer Crate.