PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds now available for Android and iOS in most regions

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds now available for Android and iOS in most regions

Tencent's PlayerUnknown Battleground (PUBG), the original battle royale style game, has landed for iOS users in Canada and the United States of America, bringing the popular PC version of the game to iPhone and iPad.

After a soft launch in Canada last week, the mobile version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is finally available in Malaysia.

PUBG Mobile, as the new release is called, replicates the popular battle royale game that's also available on Windows and Xbox hardware.

Download the game. Make sure you are running iOS 9 or higher.

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However, both PUBG Mobile and Fortnite Mobile exceed expectations on how well they translate to iOS and Android devices from consoles and PC. They haven't made too many changes to the game, so you can still expect the massive survival deathmatch that's so key to the core of the PUBG experience, except optimized for touchscreens.

The mobile game requires a persistent internet connection and needs an Android device with at least 2GB of RAM. The basic objective of the game is a simple one, up to 100 players are parachuted onto an island and the last person standing among them is the victor. It's no easy task because the other 99 players are also looking for great gear. Unlike Fortnite's Android release, which is still yet to be determined, PUBG is out right now. It's a surprisingly faithful port that doesn't sacrifice any of the central pillars of PUBG's combat-it's still 100 players, still has a giant blue circle that pushes everyone inward, and it's still intense as hell. You start off in a plane with 99 other people, drop into the map, loot up, and try to be the last one standing.

The Verge reported a few days ago, that PUBG uses bots to ease the players into the game.

PUBG released worldwide on mobile just ahead of Fortnite, the beta of which launched March 12 on iOS devices only. Folks should be outraged because PUBG isn't a free game, and for that alone, it should run as expected.

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