A lot of players have noticed PUBG Mobile feels easier than the PC or Xbox versions of the game, with many grabbing an elusive chicken dinner on their first game. Player Unknown's Battlegrounds already has tens of millions of players spread across PC and console, making the jump to smartphones will open it up to even more players.
While the prospect of playing PUBG during meetings excites us what doesn't is the 706MB download required to get the game. We'll give them both a spin (at least, whenever Fortnite becomes available on Android) and let you know how they are. The game has graphics settings where you can customize the intensity of graphics to run better on your device. Unlike Fortnite's Android release, which is still yet to be determined, PUBG is out right now. It also optimized vehicle profiles to improve the game's framerate and comes with bug fixes for an instance where players would hear footsteps when no other players were in the vicinity.
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. You start off in a plane with 99 other people, drop into the map, loot up, and try to be the last one standing. We are also introducing changes to inventory management, in an effort to increase the speed at which players can navigate menus and change their loadout. Players will simply have to choose between the realism of PUBG or the world-building elements of Fortnite.
But now, the game has been unveiled for mobile, is free of charge, and is a remarkably faithful recreation of the PC game.