'PUBG Mobile' lands on Android and iOS devices, and it's free

'PUBG Mobile' lands on Android and iOS devices, and it's free

'PUBG Mobile' lands on Android and iOS devices, and it's free

You can grab the game (which, yes, is actually called "PUBG Mobile") for Android on the Google Play Store, and for Apple devices on the iOS App Store here.

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.

As you know, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is not new, which is already available for Windows PC and Xbox One, but unfortunately, you can't play it on mobile devices.

Tencent Games developed the global mobile version in collaboration with PUBG Corp.

Upon downloading PUBG Mobile, the app will connect to Facebook before allowing players to create their profiles and avatars.

As for Android, PUBG Mobile is supported on more than 500 different devices, and requires Android 5.1.1 Lollipop or later with at least 2GB RAM. The controls are a "smooth and intuitive experience", even if you turn aim-assist off. Aiming will still take some getting used to, but it is still a lot easier than nearly all other FPS games on the mobile market.

WANT to play PUBG on your iPhone or Android blower? At the time the game launched in The Great White North, the only way for US gamers to partake in the fun was to change their region and download the game.

PUBG is a BATTLE ROYALE game-mode that will put up to 100 players on a remote island for a winner-takes-all showdown where strategic gameplay is as important as shooting skills. Do all this and be the last man standing to win yourself a "Chicken dinner". All the way down to the daily log-in reward, both games are pretty much the same.

I've also played "Brothers In Arms" on the same device, and PUBG seemed comparatively boring with graphics. The producer added that this patch isn't one of the larger ones that players will receive, so PUBG owners on the console shouldn't expect too many changes to be included, though bugfixes and optimizations will hopefully make up a fair bit of the patch.

The media has been running with the PUBG Mobile bots story for the last few days, assuring players that they aren't actually good at the game.

It now looks like PUBG is borrowing from Fortnite, as they are following their "free to play" model.

The game has been licensed and released by Tencent Games and it says the game is "an authentic port of the PC version".

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