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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds iOS and Android Release!

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), has just released their game to compete in the growing Battle Royale mobile market. After a Canadian soft release for iOS, the game is now available worldwide on iOS and Android. PUBG Mobile was released by Chinese gaming company, Tencent.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Announcement Tweet

How does it play?

Surprisingly, pretty well! Using my iPhone 6, I have been able to run and play the game with consistent frames and little issues.

The major issue I had when playing was actually during registration. I found it would constantly boot me back into the main menu when choosing my name. (This might have just been an issue on my end though.) The loading times were not bad and the graphics were dependent on which model of device you owned, but the lowest settings actually looked decent.

This game has a great learning curve for PUBG veterans to learn new controls on a smaller screen.

How to get PUBG Mobile

You can get the game through either the Google Play Store or the App Store. PUBG Mobile was released by Chinese gaming company, Tencent.

More battle royale on mobile?

Of course, this isn’t the only big battle royale game on mobile. Fortnite just released an invite-only version of the game on both iOS and Android.

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Will Dube

Enthusiast for all things gaming. Currently runs a Realm of the Mad God YouTube channel and streams occasionally on twitch. Spends way too much time playing Bullet-Hell's and MOBA's. Attempts to play VGC Pokemon competitively in hopes of a nice shiny Pikachu trophy!

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