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PUBG mobile runs so smooth that I got the Chicken Dinner in the first game

The game got released for Android before a couple of hours in my zone. I have always been skeptic about playing shooter games on my Mobile Phone, but it turns out that PUBG might be the game that will keep me entertained when I am AFK. Tencent and Bluehole have surely done an exceptional job with this mobile version.

It has everything like the PC version, and the Frame Rates are undoubtedly better than the Xbox. Overall, it was a great experience, and after the first game I have managed to down three people and got the Chicken Dinner.

The best part of this story would be that the game comes for free, so every person in the world could grab it quickly. Viewing the game from its technical perspective, it inevitably runs smooth and has a stable FPS. However, we’re a bit handicapped when it comes to aim because we’re not using a mouse, DAA!

The most significant advantage in the mobile version is to grab a vehicle. It feels like it’s kind of more important than a gun in the early game, and allows you to kill enemies while they’re trying to settle down their unsteady aim. After getting the chicken dinner, I’m sincerely thinking of hopping into multiple other PUBG mobile games before I get back to the PC version.

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