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PUBG Mobile[a] is a free-to-play battle royale video game developed by LightSpeed & Quantum Studio, a division of Tencent Games. It is a mobile game adaptation of PUBG: Battlegrounds. It was initially released for Android and iOS on 19 March 2018.



It was published by multiple publishers in different regions, including Krafton, Tencent, and VNG Games.[1][2] By December 2022, PUBG Mobile had accumulated around 1.3 billion downloads while grossing over $9 billion, making it the third highest-grossing mobile game. It is also the second most-played mobile video game of all time.[3] In 2021, the game spawned an Indian version, Battlegrounds Mobile India, and a separate game taking place in the PUBG Universe, called New State Mobile.

Additional features unique to the mobile version of PUBG include log-in bonuses, missions and micro-goals, crew recruiting, map and compass improvements with larger and clear markers near the teammates, and an auto loot system, as well as an increased number of bots.[7][8]

The development of PUBG Mobile took just 4 months to be completed, as multiple teams from around the world contributed to the project. The project began with the original PC and console version of the game, which was developed by Brendan Greene (known as PlayerUnknown) and released in 2017. Following the success of that particular game, Tencent Games began their development project with PUBG Studios for the mobile version. In doing so, they had to create an evolution of the Unreal Engine 4, which was optimized to suit the mobile platform, with a focus on smoother performance and enhanced graphics.[9][10]

Following India international deal for the Windows version, Tencent Games and PUBG Corporation announced plans to release two mobile versions of the game in China.[14][15] The first, PUBG: Exhilarating Battlefield, is an abridged version of the original game, and was developed by LightSpeed & Quantum Studio, an internal division of Tencent Games.[16] The second, PUBG: Army Attack, includes more arcade-style elements, including action taking place on warships, and was developed by Tencent's Timi Studio.[17] Both versions are free-to-play, and were released for Android and iOS devices on 9 February 2017.[18][19] The games had a combined total of 75 million pre-registrations, and ranked first and second on the Chinese iOS download charts at launch.[19] Following a soft launch in Canada, an English version of Exhilarating Battlefield, localized as PUBG Mobile, was released worldwide on 19 March 2018.[20][21][22] PUBG Mobile KR, a Korean and Japanese oriented version and PUBG Mobile VN, a Vietnamese oriented version released in June 2018 and January 2019 respectively.

A version meant for lower-end mobile devices, PUBG Mobile Lite, was released on 25 July 2019.[24][25] This has support for high FPS gameplay on multiple Android devices and features a smaller map made for 60 players.[26] The Chinese version of the app was again renamed to Peacekeeper Elite in 2020.[27]

PUBG Mobile was the second most-downloaded mobile game of 2018, with nearly 300 million downloads worldwide. The game's largest market was China, which accounted for 29% of the game's downloads, followed by India and the United States, each with about 10% (30 million) of its downloads. It was the most-installed battle royale game of 2018, with about 200 million more installs than Fortnite.[41] In March 2021, PUBG Mobile had accumulated more than a billion downloads outside of China.[42] Including Peacekeeper Elite, the Chinese version of the game, and Battlegrounds Mobile India, the game had a total player count of around 1.3 billion as of December 2022.[3][43]

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) was initially rolled out for Windows PCs. It was eventually expanded to Xbox one, Android and iOS mobile devices. The latest additions to these are the PUBG Lite versions for Mobile and PC. While the Mobile version released on July, 2019, PUBG Lite for PC is set to release on the 10th of October 2019.

The classic mode typically has 100 players fighting it out at the battlegrounds as solos, duos or squads. The classic mode currently has four maps including Erangel, Miramar, Sanhok and Vikendi in the PC and mobile versions. Camp Jackal is an additional map present in the PC versions.

The EvoGround consists of Team Death Match mode set in a warehouse map. Besides, it also has a Zombie mode in three variations: Infection, Survive till Dawn and the Darkest Night in the mobile versions.

The application will not function without a stable internet connection and as such should only be played when you are using WiFi and not your mobile data. Playing with slow internet will result in lag and may cause the game to be unplayable.

Multiple Instances is bringing true multitasking to your favorite Android apps. Run all of your mobile games and apps at the same time on a single machine. Log in to multiple accounts for faster farming and more efficient grinding.

Playing PUBG Mobile on PC is becoming more and more common these days. This is because most serious gamers understand that there are advantages to playing on a PC. But there is no native support for playing PUBG mobile on PC. Thankfully we can use a Android emulator for PUBG to play on PC.

PUBG became its own separate game in 2016 when Brendan partnered with a Korean studio called Bluehole. But soon they realized the potential of the mobile version of the same game. So, in March of 2017, the world was introduced to PUBG mobile.

Everybody wants to play PUBG mobile on a computer with a wider screen to enhance the experience. Now we can offer an easier and more excellent solution: mirroring apps! iMyFone MirrorTo is a popular screen mirroring app on the market today. With this app, you can cast PUBG mobile on your computer easily and quickly. Also, you can play Among Us and Minion Rush on computer as you like. If you're also a game host, you can also stream your phone screen and microphone to live streaming platforms like Youtube.

Gameloop is a little less known emulator that you can use to play PUBG mobile on PC. Gameloop is the successor to the Tencent Gaming Buddy emulator. So, the same company that makes PUBG mobile also makes Gameloop. Here are some advantages and disadvantages of using Gameloop.

Yes, you can play PUBG mobile on a PC using a controller. Most emulators allow the ability to map controls to a controller. But you should know that controllers have limited buttons, so a lot of functions will remain unmapped. It is just a limitation of using a controller for such a complex game.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is often touted as the pioneer among all battle royale video games these days as it popularized one of the most popular modes of gameplay in gaming history: proving you're better than everyone else by killing them. Such an experience couldn't be contained in just one gaming platform and thankfully, PUBG branched out to the consoles and even the mobile gaming scene.

The PC still remains the most definitive PUBGbattle royale experience but plenty of love is being given to both the console and the mobile version. Of the two objectively lesser versions of PUBG though, which one is better to play? For people with limited time and capacity for commitments, it's better to know which of the two versions of PUBG is worth their time. Are chicken dinners more enjoyable on mobile or on console? Let's find out.

It's free since it has to compete with other free derivatives on the mobile market, but it still comes with the full battle royale experience. If you live in a country with decent internet then chances are you have a phone already that can play PUBG.

Sure, having a battle royale experience at the palm of your hand feels great but then you actually get to see the game's graphics. Those who have experienced PUBG on the PC will surely find something wanting with the mobile version's visuals.

Then again, you might get so hooked up in the battle royale experience offered by PUBG that you dream about it every waking moment. In that case, you can always indulge yourself in some mobile Hunger Games.

Play the PC and then the mobile version of PUBG and it's easy to see where the development strayed off too far. Since the mobile version is a free game, it has tons of cosmetic features and other annoying advertisements to make up for the price tag.

This can be detrimental to some since mobile games tend to feel cheap or bloated. You'll find none of that in the PC version nor in the console versions since they're not free. The console versions follow the PC closely both in gameplay and features.

There are also some power bill additions in owning a console as it needs to be plugged in constantly during play. All of these elements make the mobile version a tempting option. Even a sub-200 USD smartphone is enough to run PUBG Mobile.

The price tag of PUBG Mobile can't be beaten but when it comes to PUBG, you get what you pay for. For a more definitive battle royale experience, the console version pulls ahead compared to the mobile release as it's the closest to the PC version and what Brendan "PlayerUnkown" Greene had in mind.

PUBG MOBILE, as the original mobile version of PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS, co-developed by LightSpeed Studios and KRAFTON, Inc., was released globally in March 2018. Built with Unreal Engine 4, it focuses on visual quality, maps, shooting experience, and other aspects, providing an all-rounded Battle Royale experience. Since its launch, PUBG MOBILE has become a global phenomenon as one of the most popular mobile games in the world. To date, it has been released in more than 200 markets around the world, surpassing 1 billion downloads worldwide, with as many as 50 million daily active users. 041b061a72


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