PUBG PC is a survival game fighting 99 other players. Therefore, death would comes within a few seconds, so picking up a gun before another enemy kills you will soon decide whether you will live or die after only a few seconds in the PUBG PC. One of the best and most important skills at the early stages of PUBG PC, especially in areas with a large number of people landing, is the parachuting skill.
Previously, there were many different fast parachutes in PUBG PC, but after each update, the parachute system changed and you would have to learn from the beginning or find another way. In this update #30, a new way of parachuting has been discovered. This article will give you a detailed understanding of how to jump fast and accurately.
First, it should be noted that:
When you jump even though you don’t have enough speed, even if you turn it on, you won’t fall down quickly. On the contrary, when parachute is at the right speed, even though you start engaging your parachute, it also pulls you down, helping to fall faster.
The distance from the turn on even though the fall point is expected, preferably at 150m. This is when the player presses the W button (forward button), without missing a miss, falling wrongly.
How to land fast
When diving out of the plane steer yourself towards the area you want to land and fly parallel to the ground (for instance by aiming at the horizon if you’re looking to land at a distant target). Once your target is around 50m in front of you on the horizontal plane, aim yourself directly towards the ground until you hit a speed of around 232 km/h.
The grey elevation bar in the lower-left corner of the screen shows your relative position to the ground, while the lower white bar shows the point at which your parachute will automatically deploy. Ensure that when the grey bar on the left hits the white bar at the bottom, you’re either holding the forward key, or release it around 1 second beforehand. You’ll know you’ve done it right if you maintain a high-speed for a few seconds after the parachute opens before slowing to around 60-64 km/h.
The safest way to execute this is simply to hold W while looking at the ground for nearly the entire duration of the fall. This is why it’s best to do your maneuvering at the moment you first leave the plane, before aiming directly below you.
Some players have also been suggesting that spiralling after opening your parachute also increases speed, but it appears to plateau at 64 km/h, which is the normal maximum speed during the parachute phase. However, this technique can be useful for ensuring you land on a rooftop.
Want to fly as far as possible? If you open your parachute earlier by pressing F, you can travel longer distances, with a maximum reachable distance of almost exactly 200m if you open your parachute at the first opportunity.
Crucially, this only works if you use a small trick. After opening your parachute you need to alternate between holding the forward button and letting go, allowing you to travel an extra 70 meters than if you were simply to glide towards the ground with your parachute. Skydiving horizontally until your parachute auto-deploys then using the rocking trick can see you travelling around the same distance as simply gliding to ground with your parachute (120-130m).
Usually, most PUBG PC players will estimate with the naked eye. For example, next to a large square is 1000m, the diagonal falls into ~ 1400m, then subtracts a bit. This is of course not accurate but it is okay when you are used to it.
There is another interesting way and for those who want to get used to this type of dance. It is using a small piece of paper, measuring the distance of 1200m. Then cut it out, every time you start the game, measure from the target to jump to the flight path so that it is 1200m. Although it is quite handmade and looks unprofessional “it will certainly help you parachute the earliest in this way.
This is an especially important technique if you’re trying to reach one island from the other and can mean the difference between landing next to a loot filled warehouse or in the middle of the sea.