As announced today by Tencent, PUBG is now getting two mobile versions, and both are set to be China exclusive for now. Also, there are two trailers released by the China’s gaming giant and you can see them below.
PUBG is getting two mobile versions, one named PlayerUnknown’s Battleground Mobile and the second with the usual title, without any addition, and both are set to be China exclusive. In addition, both games are officially authorized by Bluehole Studio.
The first mobile version is made by Timi Studio, featuring 8km*8km map, 100 players in a single match, with two modes Classis and Naval Battle Mode. Also, the game is set to be free to play and you can watch the trailer here.
The second mobile title PlayerUnknown’s Battleground is being developed by 200 mobile experts, using Unreal Engine 4 and the players can use WeChat app. Watch the trailer here.
It is promised that these mobile versions will have a similar PUBG experience as it has on PC, but it is still unknown how the company will put the shooter on smaller screens. We just have to wait and see!