Within the game you take on a 100 person Battle Royale against other online players. You're in a closed-in arena where there can only be one man standing at the end. In order to play, you'll need to move around each scene to pick up the resources you need to win -- including weapons, and much more. But that's not all. The arena itself as a battleground gets smaller and smaller with each passing minute. Pretty much all of the original elements found in the PC version of PUBG are to be found on its smartphone edition. Control systems keep in line with the original version, as well as scattered items and other interactive game elements found in each scene. Plus you can still break into abandoned buildings, jump onto motorcycles, pop on your telescopic goggles, pick up first aid kits, scamper your way up walls, and much more. From the settings menu in the game you can customize and modify the level of graphic detail according to your preferences. That way your experience is adjustable so as to best fit your smartphone's capabilities. You can also toggle controles like when you're driving or hiking around on foot. PUBG MOBILE is a fantastic adaptation of the original PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS where you'll enjoy hours of play in several modes, whether you're going solo or tag teaming. An added bonus is that if you choose the team option, you get to livechat with your buddies in-game to coordinate your moves, via your smartphone's microphone.
The 0.12.0 PUBG Mobile latest upgrade arrives today The latest PUBG Mobile 0.12 upgrade is about to come out fresh out of the oven. After their incredibly successful collaboration with Capcom Resident Evil 2, which was released this past month February, the survival modes have been strengthened and other related game modes have been added as a way to help you face the unending mobs of zombies. And let’s not forget about the other bunch of smaller changes that have been included. The official launching date is set for April 17th, so it’ll be automatically unlocked at some point during the day. The upgrade is already available but you can’t see the latest news as of yet. Read more
You can now also download the beta version of PUBG Mobile for Android There's just one problem with the international version of PUBG Mobile for Android: the international version of the game is always months behind the Asian edition in terms of game updates. In fact, many players choose to play the Asian version just for that reason. Fortunately, Tencent and Blue Studio seem to have taken note of this fact and have just released a new beta channel that greatly shortens the time between one release and the other. Now we finally get the chance to try out the latest features without the language barrier standing in our way. Read more
Android 4.0.1 or higher required.