PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile had a soft launch on the Google Play

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile had a soft launch on the Google Play in Canada on Thursday. Speculation about PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds wider release on Android had actually begun, when 2 various variations of the game were revealed for China last month. Tencent had actually made great on its announcement of two PUBG smartphone video games in November – PUBG: Army Attack, established by Tencent’s Timi Studio, and PUBG: Exhilarating Battlefield, developed by Lightspeed and Quantum Studios.

Significantly, PUBG Mobile is now available on the Play Store. Because it is a soft launch, so it’s just available in Canada as of now. PUBG Mobile made the statement by means of its Twitter account saying that “Canada Beta is live on Android.” A soft launch, just like an early access release, allows developers put the game out in an area to examine interest and performance before embracing a broader release. It is a common procedure in the mobile video gaming world.

Based on the Chinese Mobile Version of the video game that was announced earlier, PUBG Mobile is a full port of the extremely popular PC video game. The game, on the Play Store, is billed as the “formally licensed PUBG on mobile,” and is said to “completely recreate the PC version.”

There is no word on when the video game will come to iOS or the rest of the world. A massive multiplayer franchise on mobile seems to be the pattern in the video gaming world, for example, Fortnite Battle Royale is likewise getting quite popular on smart devices.

Comparable to the PC video game, the mobile version features recommended minimum specs. You will need Android Lollipop 5.1.1 or above and 2GB (or more) of RAM. Also, the app listing claims it’s been evaluated with over 500 Android devices for compatibility, including mobile phones like the Nexus 4. The listing also specifies that “the present version does not represent the final quality of the video game, as we will keep optimising existing material and including brand-new functions.”

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile had a soft launch on the Google Play in Canada on Thursday. Tencent had actually made great on its announcement of two PUBG smart device games in November – PUBG: Army Attack, established by Tencent’s Timi Studio, and PUBG: Exhilarating Battlefield, developed by Lightspeed and Quantum Studios.

Significantly, PUBG Mobile is now readily available on the Play Store.

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