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PUBG Mobile gets surprise release in the West
PUBG on mobile – also known as PUBG Exhilarating Battlefield – is a surprisingly faithful take on the PC and console shooter that took 2017 by storm.
Though the idea of taking PUBG on the go is enticing, the problem is it’s not technically available outside of China, though with the right steps, it is possible to download PUBG on iOS or Android from any region if you know how.
Officially licensed PUBG MOBILE, the original battle royale style game is coming! Unreal Engine 4 brings smooth, next-generation graphics to your mobile device, and produces a graphical and audio experience that perfectly recreates the PC version.
Officially licensed PUBG on Mobile – An authentic port of the PC version. 100 players are dropped on an enormous 8×8 km battlefield. Players fight to survive and eliminate each other through strategy and skill. The last one standing wins! Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner!
Realistic Graphics and HD Audio – Unreal Engine 4 brings a phenomenal visual experience with detail rendering, an expansive HD map, and realistic scenes.
High-quality audio with 3D sound effects and 7.1 channel surround sound makes players feel like they are on the real battlefield.
Realistic Shooting – With a large selection of firearms, melee weapons, and throwables with realistic ballistics and trajectories, this is the perfect combat experience on mobile.
Travel in Style – Drive one of a variety of vehicles to escape from your foes or to stalk your prey.
Team-Up with Friends and Use Voice Chat – Invite friends to team-up, head into battle together and collaborate over voice chat.
Fair Gaming Environment – Armed with powerful anti-cheating mechanisms and optimized for many devices, ensuring a fun and fair environment for players.
Need more help? We also have a list of PUBG tips and tricks to help improve your game
One of the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds mobile ports created for China has made it across the pond, in localised form no less.
As part of PUBG Corp.’s deal with Chinese tech giant Tencent, the company not only acquired the rights to publish the PC game in China, it also announced at the time that it’s working on two mobile off-shoots.
Both have been released in beta in China since, but Tencent did not say if we’re going to be getting either of them in the West. This week, without any prior announcements from Tencent or PUBG Corp., a beta for PUBG Mobile popped up on the Canadian Google Play Store.
This is a localised version of Lightspeed & Quantum’s mobile game, and it’s the one that most closely resembles the tactical gameplay found in the PC original. The Store page has all the marks of an official product, though strangely, Tencent’s website link redirects to Arena of Valor’s official site.
There’s also a Facebook page that went live at the beginning of the month. The most recent post advertises the Canadian store beta, too.