PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds For iPhone, iPad, Android Officially Released In The US
All the talk of late has been about Fortnite, the hugely popular PC and console game that has started to make the move to iOS and Android as part of a limited beta rollout, at least on the iOS side of things.
That is about to change though, with the equally popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, better known as PUBG (PUBG Mobile on smartphones and tablets), today appearing in the App Store in the United States and internationally with Android users also getting in on the act, unlike Fortnite.
PUBG is a hugely popular title that officially launched back in December on Xbox and PC and allows up to 100 players to battle it out in order to be the last play standing or, in the case of the team-based format, the last team standing. Interestingly, it would appear that the mobile version of the game continues to allow up to 100 players, meaning this is far from a stripped down version of a game which prides itself in its huge scale. According to the App Store listing the game supports the iPhone 5s or later as well as the iPad Air (or later) and iPad mini 2 and beyond. Those with the 6th generation iPod touch can also get in on the action, although the iPhone 6 or above is recommended by the game’s publisher.
An authentic port of the PC version. 100 players are dropped on an enormous 8×8 km battlefield. Players fight to survive and eliminate each other through strategy and skill. The last one standing wins! Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner!
Gamers can download PUBG for iOS and Android version 0.3.x in English right now from the official US app stores’ links given below, and the game is free for all users who want to get in on the action – and you really should!
Download: PUBG Mobile for Android in US Play Store Download: PUBG Mobile for iOS iPhone and iPad in US App Store