PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) was released for Windows and Xbox One in December last year. And now PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ mobile version is now available in the U.S, India and many other countries on both Android and iOS, via Google Play and the App Store, respectively. Last week the Canadian Google Play Store was the first to launch Tencent’s PUBG Mobile. The mobile version of PUBG will recreate the 100-player battle-royale experience already available for Windows PC and Xbox One.
PUBG Mobile runs on Unreal Engine 4, supports 100 players just like the PC version, and in-game voice chat so you can chat with friends, and claims to have “powerful anti-cheating mechanisms”. The mobile version of PUBG is true to the full game, although the graphics have been scaled down for better mobile performance. You are also limited to the single original map, but you’re still in for lengthy rounds of gameplay, which is sure to drain phone battery.