PUBG Mobile -- How to Buy and Get Clothes

Feel like your pajamas aren't fit for your PUBG Mobile killing sprees? Here's how to get into some more fashionable clothes!

Unlike the original PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, PUBG Mobile doesn’t do you the same courtesy of giving you a set of clothes to wear before your first drop. You could just pick up whatever pieces of clothing you find lying around in the game world (or off the corpses of whomever you gun down), but if you’re trying to put together a more permanent outfit, then there are a few ways for you to get some clothes to stock your personal PUBG Mobile wardrobe with.

Earning and Spending Battle Points

Just like in PUBG, most of the clothes you get in PUBG Mobile will probably come from the game’s loot crates, which you purchase from the Supplies tab with your hard-earned Battle Points.

Loot crates start at 700 BP, but subsequent purchases will cost you more BP until the price resets at the end of the week. You can also reset your character’s appearance for 3,000 BP if you ever want to change their looks to match any new clothing you get.

Your main source of BP income will be your end-of-match BP rewards, which scale with your personal performance and scoring. There are a few other ways for you to earn BP, all of which will be covered below.

Daily Sign-In Rewards

As is tradition for many free-to-play mobile games, PUBG Mobile gives out free goodies to players just for signing into their game on a daily basis. The specific rewards you get will vary week by week, but you should be able to snag a few wearables this way.

You’ll also be able to earn small amounts of Battle Points from most daily log-ins, which you can spend to open more loot crates.

Daily Missions

There’s nothing super innovative about PUBG Mobile’s Daily Missions system (or quests or whatever you want to call them), but they’re still a nice way to add a little spice to your daily play sessions.

When you complete a Daily Mission, you earn Vitality stars, and you'll be able to unlock Daily crates for hitting certain Vitality thresholds.

For the most part, you’ll only be earning BP and XP from your Daily crates, but every now and then, you’ll be rewarded with a free loot crate, so be sure to complete as many Daily Missions as you can every day.


There will be Events running in PUBG Mobile that will occasionally provide you with a way to earn even more Battle Points and loot crates. It’s hard to say exactly how each Event will function, given that they tend to be pretty varied compared to your Daily Missions (eg., sharing match replays on social media vs. finishing 3 matches in a day), so be sure to check for any ongoing Events before jumping into a match!

Also, be aware that the Weekly Sign-In Rewards are separate from the Daily Sign-In Rewards -- with the Weekly Rewards, you only collect rewards for the day you log in. For example, if you sign in on Wednesday, the third day of the week, you’ll receive the Day 3 reward. You’ll need to have logged in on Monday and Tuesday to receive the Day 1 and Day 2 rewards, respectively.

However, even if you miss a day, you can spend a small sum of BP to collect a previously missed reward if you think it’s worth it.


With this, the amount of people I see running around in their jammies should hopefully decline. But knowing the PUBG community (and my friends), the nudist look isn't always something that's forced upon you -- too often, it's a lifestyle choice.

If you're interested in some of our other tips and tricks for PUBG Mobile, you can check out our other guides here


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Published Mar. 29th 2018

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