Improving the chances of winning, look and armor of a character, and what weapons one has are some of the major concerns of a player in PUBG.
Players continuously seek new ways of improving the objectives mentioned above, and crates are the go-to solution for it.
A majority of crates come with cosmetics, i.e., apparel and accessories to make your character look dashing or appealing (depending on the gender). Other crates have an array of assault rifles, SMGs, snipers, and many more.
With the help of a Player Unknown Battlegrounds ESP, one can double their chances of winning with a crate. An ESP is a type of pubg wallhack that reveals the location of each player in the game by flashing the usernames on top of them. The one with the ESP can spot these usernames even through walls and buildings.
Coming back to crates, these can be purchased either with Battle Point (BP), the game’s own currency system, or with actual currency through the Steam Community Marketplace.
How to earn Battle Point?
Battle Point is awarded to a player on the following basis:
- Total amount of duration a player lasted.
- A number of kills by a player – 20 BP/kill for solo, 15 BP/kill for duo, and 10 BP/kill for squad.
- Total damage made by a player.
Using a Player Unknown Battlegrounds ESP can provide immense help for increasing a players’ BP.
However, the cost of each crate with BP will rise successively thus refraining players from stocking up on items.
The price increases of crates are as follows:
- 1st crate – 700 BP
- 2nd crate – 1400 BP
- 3rd crate – 2800 BP
- 4th crate – 4200 BP
- 5th crate – 5600 BP
- 6th crate – 7000 BP
This successive price increase helps the maintain singularity of items in the game. Further, a player can only buy up to 6 crates in a week.
Crates at a Glance
All crates come with several items; however, players will only get a limited number of them. The 3 purchasable crates currently available in the game include:
- Aviator Crate
The Aviator Crate, as its name suggests contains all items related to aviation. The rarest item in this crate, Fringed Hotpants, comes with an availability of just 0.16%.
The most popular items in this crate include:
- Suede Aviator Cap
- Paddy Cap
- Snake Skin Sneakers
- Tactical Gloves
- Countryside Sneakers
Other rare items include Desert Shemagh, Violent Violet Jacket, and Leather “Skyrocket” Jacket.
- Desperado Crate
The most popular items in this crate include Sleeveless Turtleneck (Gray), Striped Tank-top, Leather Boots (Black), Wide Pants (Red), Sleeveless Turtleneck (Black), and Punk Knuckle Gloves (Black). The rarest item in this crate is the Cloth Mask (Leopard).
- Fever Crate
The Fever Crate comes with several cosmetics items inspired from the 70s and 80s. The rarest item in this crate is Zest Checkered Skirt, Zest Denim Jacket, Cropped Corset, and Zest Retro Jacket. On the other hand, the most popular items include Zest Turtleneck (White) and School Shoes (Beige).
With ample BPs, one can purchase these crates and give their character a makeover. A Player Unknown Battlegrounds ESP can further increase their chances of earning BPs considerably.