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PUBG Mobile Evangelion Crossover Items Include Rei and Shinji Plugsuits

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PUBG Mobile will see several Neon Genesis Evangelion cosmetics appear in the game as part of a limited-time crossover. Players will be able to obtain Rei Ayanami and Shinji Ikari cosmetics, which include the character’s respective plugsuits, until June 19, 2022. Additionally, other Neon Genesis Evangelion cosmetics will appear in PUBG Mobile. These include a Pen-Pen buddy and an EVA-01 backpack and helmet. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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Players can obtain these cosmetic items through special “Evangelion” crates. Items will randomly be acquired through these crates, which means consumers may need to purchase several crates to receive the cosmetics they desire. Additionally, a special Neon Genesis Evangelion-themed outfit will be available to obtain in the game. This includes an EVA-01 outfit complete with a helmet and unique weapon skin.

PUBG Mobile has seen several anime crossover events appear in the mobile title. These have included Jujutsu Kaisen and Black Lagoon. Like the Neon Genesis Evangelion crossover event, players could obtain unique cosmetics inspired by the anime, such as character outfits, for a limited time. Special event challenges have also been held during these crossovers.

PUBG Mobile is available for Android and iOS devices. The Neon Genesis Evangelion and PUBG Mobile crossover event will begin on May 19 and last until June 19, 2022.

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