Battle Royale has been a massive success in the gaming community. The popularity of the genre lead to tons of games being developed for all gaming platforms. The App Store and Google Play Store both offer many battle royale games for mobile gamers. One of the most successful of such games is PUBG Mobile.
In this article, we will list 5 best games that feature the battle royale style except PUBG Mobile.
Fortnite by Epic Games, another Battle Royale, played across all platforms, has a huge gaming player base. Skydive out of the Battle Bus, into a 100-Player PvP, with a single giant map. The game promises intense combat combined with building and destruction.
Fortnite has a lot of potential when it comes to esports. As of yet, the Android edition doesn’t have the base for holding tournaments, but it might soon. The game is not in the Play Store, but we got you covered with our guide on Fortnite for android. The game is available in the App Store. Perhaps one of the best things about Fortnite is that it offers crossplay. This means that now you can play Fortnite on mobile with your friends on PC, PlayStation and Xbox.
Pixel’s Unknown Battle Ground
Pixel’s Unknown Battle Ground is a replica of PUBG. Most of the things are same such as the mechanics and controls. The major difference is obviously the pixelated graphics style. Drop into the map, scavenge gear and weapons, kill the other playes and survive the longest. Some cool features in the game include in-game chat, auto-fire option and you can also switch to a lower graphics setting for a low-end phone. Though the game still has some stability issues. Hopefully, the developers will fix it soon.
Rules of Survival
Rules of Survival is also very similar to PUBG Mobile in terms of gameplay and mechanics. With the usual norm of any battle royale, this game brings additional weapons, vehicles and the matches are between 120 players. It is a little less composed when compared with the other battle royales. There are lag and stability issues to some extent.
Knives out is popular when it comes to battle royale games. You spawn into a map where you have to survive till the end. With simple mechanics, controls, lots of weapons and a varied map, the game is fairly fun to play. Although it has more problem reports than most battle royale games. Cheating and connectivity issues are the major problems experienced by players.
Creative Destruction and Fortnite are almost alike. Though unlike most other clones of Fortnite, this is the most decent one. Land into a vast map with 100 players with the goal to survive. Like Fortnite, you can build and destroy stuff. The game is available in First-Person and Third-Person perspectives. However, the game performs terribly on low-end and mid-range phones. There are a few bugs here and there too.
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