PUBG Mobile 0.6.3 Beta Update Rolls Out Featuring FPS Mode And More In China

If you have difficulty keeping up with exactly what’s going on in the world of PUBG Mobile, then prepare for an influx of additional information. It seems that the company behind the title has pushed out another beta version to Chinese gamers, this time with version number 0.6.3, which joins version 0.7.0, which, as we know, is already in beta with gamers.

So, as a slight recap and as part of an attempt to unblur the landscape, the company behind PUBG Mobile currently offers its main title in two versions for different territories.

A version is offered to the public in China, which currently sits at version 0.6.1 and is available through the iOS App Store and Play Store and brought in FPS mode to the title for the first time with the release of version 0.6.0. There is also a global version of the game, available in English, offered in global app stores, and which sits at version 0.5.0. Notably, the global variant of the game is a number of versions behind the Chinese version.

Tencent and its partners have been allowing Chinese gamers to download version 0.6.1 at the same time as allowing select beta testers to interact with version 0.7.0 to put it through its paces ahead of an official launch.

Now, for one reason or another, it seems that version 0.6.3 has also been catapulted into a beta stage, meaning that the Chinese version of PUBG Mobile now has two different versions in a pre-release state being played and interacted with by testers. From a feature and functionality perspective, it would seem that version 0.6.3 is a relatively minor bug fix and issue eradicating release that looks to try and smoothen out the 0.6.1 experience.

So, with that in mind, it seems that the beta version of 0.7 will introduce some new features and functionality, whereas this brand new 0.6.3 beta is simply designed to showcase a number of bug fixes and improvements. With that said, it’s still great to see the continued progression, even if that progression may end up angering global gamers who just want to see their version increase as soon as is humanly possible.

For those who may be new to PUBG Mobile – seriously, where have you been?! – live in China and who want to get your hands on version 0.6.1 of the game, then the title can be accessed from the Chinese App Store from here.

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