The day came that many were waiting. The PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) game was officially released for mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, and Android in Western countries after being available in China and Canada.
It was not even four months ago that Tencent, the company that acquired the game rights, promised that a mobile version would reach the fans. The mobile game is a direct port of the PC version, which means you will not have to learn about any different adaptations or interfaces.
Big audience success, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds was released on March 23 last year and is already preparing to receive new content later this semester. Interestingly, the PUBG mobile version arrives just days after the beta release of Fortnite, one of its biggest rivals, for smartphones.
This version also uses Unreal Engine 4, just like on PC and Xbox. It will be possible to install the game on several versions of iOS, although you need to have at least one iPhone 5s. In addition, the game also works on iPad, and even on old devices like the iPad Air or iPad mini 2, everything will work fine.
To play on Android devices, it is recommended at least 2GB of RAM and version 5.1.1 Lollipop or later. More than 500 Android devices already support PUBG Mobile. On iOS, the file weighs 892 MB and requires iOS 9.0 as a minimum requirement.
However, some users are reporting difficulties in installing the game, obtaining the result of failure to communicate with the server. What about you, did you install the game?