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The world online has exploded into battle royale madness, with the launch of a couple of huge games. One is Fortnite and the other is PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, or PUBG to its friends.
We’ve talked about Fortnite separately: that game is similar to PUBG, but Epic – the game’s developer – describes it as a cross between Minecraft and Left 4 Dead, as there’s a building element to it, which doesn’t come into PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
The important thing about these huge titles is that they are now both mobile games – hence PUBG Mobile – as well as being available across other platforms.
PUBG MOBILE: THE ESSENTIAL DETAILS
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile game is published by Tencent Games and is available for Android and iOS (i.e., iPhone).
The game is currently undergoing a phased roll-out, from 19 March 2018, but it is a global roll-out and it’s available in the UK and other territories on Android. The iOS version is also available.