'PUBG Mobile' now available on iOS and Android worldwide for free

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The survival shooter PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds became one of the standout hits of past year and while the game is continuing to draw in a massive audience across PC and Xbox One, the next wave of new players are set to enter the battlegrounds on mobile starting today. The developers are set on satisfying the high expectations of players and influencers who have been looking forward to the game coming to the world's most accessible platform.

You can check out the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Mobile version on Google Play and the App Store in the United States region.

All things considered, it will be interesting to see how well PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds for mobile fares in the marketplace against Fortnite's mobile version, especially since the former title now has the edge on the latter by releasing an Android port, which the Epic Games-developed release currently lacks. Unreal Engine 4 brings smooth, next-generation graphics to your mobile device, and produces a graphical and audio experience that perfectly recreates the PC version. 100 players are dropped on an enormous 8x8 km battlefield. Players can strategically take cover or ambush their enemies, aiming to kill everyone else off until they are the last person alive.

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Get to the end and you win the infamous chicken dinner accolade.

With a large selection of firearms, melee weapons, and throwables with realistic ballistics and trajectories, this is the ideal combat experience on mobile. That version of the game has not cracked the top 10 for downloads in that country. The game that started the recent battle royale craze, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, is now available on mobile as well. After all, Fortnite is still in beta, and no release date has been announced.

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