The World's biggest "battle royale " video game competition become more competitive on Monday with the announcement of Playerunknown's battlegrounds is free for the mobile version across the world. PUBG Mobile requires iOS 9.0 or later and works on iPhones 5s and later versions.
It's too early to predict PUBG Mobile's success, but the PC version sold over 30 million copies and Xbox One fetched another 5 million for the game.
PUBG Mobile is now available as a free download for the iOS and Android in the United States, following the soft launch in Canada just a few days ago.
Powered by Unreal Engine 4, PUBG Mobile features high quality graphics and 3D sound effects with a 7.1 channel surround sound, the game description also mentions a powerful anti-cheat mechanism to ensure a fun and fair environment.
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PUBG Mobile offers different vehicles to use to fight other players like cars, trucks, motorcycles, and boats.
Since PUBG is still in game preview, you can submit your Feedback to the game developer by visiting the forums. That means you'll get the same 8km by 8km map and the same 100-person battle royale action. It will be released to more regions at a later date.
In addition, there are daily quests for logging in, quests for playing with friends, killing enemies, and much more that comes from modern mobile games. Android users can find it on Google's Play Store. Get ready to land, loot, and do whatever it takes to survive and be the last man standing!
The game has been licensed and released by Tencent Games and it says the game is "an authentic port of the PC version". I can definitely a difference between it and Fortnite, which is actually a really good sign that both games have their own strengths and weaknesses.
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