Just a few days after the Battle Royale competitor Fortnite released its mobile version now has PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS its mobile version presented to the public.
As of today, PUBG Mobile is available for Android and iOS. Initially, the publication was limited to the USA, now it can be downloaded worldwide. Last week, the local publisher Tencent allowed the Chinese players to enjoy the mobile battle royale.
The true Battle Royale experience is now on your phone.
PUBG Mobile is available for iOS and Android in the US today. More regions will be announced at a later date. pic.twitter.com/RiyUWVdpQn
- PLAY BATTLEGROUNDS (@PUBATTLEGROUNDS) 19th March 2018
The control on the smartphone or tablet should work surprisingly smoothly and well, according to initial reports, only some functions such as inventory management and collecting items can be a bit difficult on small displays.
The PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS Mobile Version is an independent game and therefore also has not about cross play with the PC or console version. Accordingly, Advances and Cosmetic Items are also separate and will not be carried over.
If you are looking forward to an incredible number of kills and even complete Battle Royale victories in the first games, you should be aware of one fact. Similar to other mobile games, PUBG fills newcomers' games with bots in order to offer a direct sense of achievement. These bots are really bad on purpose and act as a Cannon fodder. This means that the players are “rewarded” directly and are more likely to stick to the game than if they lose 3x directly.
But that shouldn't reduce the fun of the game, it should only serve as information. As of today, PUBG Mobile is available worldwide for iOS and Android.