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Mechs do battle on the PUBG home screen after player learns how to log out of PUBG Mobile
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How to log out of PUBG Mobile

Knowing how to log out of PUBG Mobile is important, since it’s the only way you can switch accounts. This is a useful feature if you want to start over, if you share a device, or if you just want to have some fun on a lower-ranked account.

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Thankfully, logging out of PUBG Mobile is super easy, but definitely hidden from you if you don’t know exactly how. So let’s get it done.

How to log out of PUBG Mobile

First, you’ll click on the little arrow on the bottom right corner of your screen. This will bring up a side-panel menu.

An arrow points to the side menu button, needed when logging out of PUBG mobile.
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Tap on the settings button (there’s a little gear icon). Check the below screenshot if you’re unsure.

An arrow shows the location of the settings button needed when logging out of PUBG Mobile
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Then all you have to do is hit the “log out” button, which can be found on the bottom left of your screen, as shown here.

An arrow shows the location of the log out button on PUBG mobile
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On the next screen, be sure to hit “OK” and you’ll be logged out and return to the PUBG home screen, where you can log in on a different account, or someone else can login while using your device.

See? Told you it would be super simple. If you’re playing using an emulator on your computer or another platform other than a mobile phone, you’ll still follow this same method. When you’re ready to log in again, simply tap one of the login types you’d like to use, and keep on playing.

Arrow showing the log in buttons on PUBG mobile after logging out.
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If you are ready for a bit of a break, here are ten games similar to PUBG that you can play while you recover from your latest loss.

If you’re interested to learn more though, check out how to locate and approach your enemy in PUBG. Alternatively, here’s how to add friends on PUBG Mobile – with a bonus tip on how to add friends that are online when you are.

Have fun playing, and perhaps I’ll see you on the battlefield some time.

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Kyle Ferreira
As the content manager at Upcomer, Kyle brings a lifetime of gaming and over seven years of professional writing experience to the platform. He holds a tender spot for indie games, but can sometimes be found in an FPS getting destroyed in a fruitless attempt to relive his old CS 1.6 glory days. After which he can usually be found licking his wounds in a chill game of Kenshi.