To have high KD ratio in PUBG Mobile, we need to know what it actually means and how it is calculated. In this post, we will learn about it. We will learn definition of KD ratio, mathematical calculation, factors affecting KD and a comparison of KD then vs now.
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Overview of KD Ratio
Besides survival, the aim of every PUBG Mobile players in the game is to get tremendous amount of kills. In a lobby of 100 players, one could potentially kill 96 players in squad mode, 98 in duo mode, and 99 in solo mode. However, that is possible only theoretically and cannot be implemented practically, unless one has his/her hands over the system and server. In fact, the number of kills one scores in every matches doesn’t remain constant and cannot be predicted. But what remains constant is the average kill to death ratio or KD.
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KD Ratio in PUBG Mobile
The full form of KD is Kill to Death. It is the mathematical ratio of total number of kills secured by a player to the total number of matches played. In mathematical relation,
KD Ratio = Kills/Matches
The calculation depends on numerous factors. The settings of matches is crucial in determining the KD ratio. Here is what KD ratio depends upon:
- Primary factor is kills. The more enemies you kill, the higher will be your KD ratio.
- TPP or FPP. The KD ratio is calculated separately for Third Person Perspective matches and First Person Perspective.
- Solo or Duo or Squad. Each game mode counts KD ratio distinctly. The amount of kills you get in a Duo matches has nothing to do with your KD ratio in Solo or Squad matches.
- Server. Though changing server is difficult nowadays, previously players used to keep on changing servers to complete missions. Different server keep different statistics.
For example: The KD ratio will be calculated separately for TPP Duo matches in Asia server while it will be calculated separately for FPP Duo matches in Asia server. If you ever saw your KD ratio remaining constant, you should probably check the above-mentioned aspects.
KD Ratio: Then Vs Now
After the update, nobody would have their KD ratio more than 20, in average, unless one is a hacker. The new KD system would rate your KD ratio using the following mathematical formula
Kill to Death Ratio (KD) = Kills / Matches Played
Before this update, the meaning of KD was the same but its implementation was different. It used to be:
Kill to Death Ratio (KD) = Kills / Deaths
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