PUBG Mobile needs no introduction. It’s a global phenomenon right now and it gets updated as frequently as the PC version. With the introduction of a new map and improved compatibility with Bluestacks Emulator, there’s no better time to jump into this action-packed Battle Royale.
The very reason PUBG Mobile on Bluestacks is so fun is the smoothness of gameplay and the precision of a Keyboard & Mouse. Keeping in mind that PUBG Mobile’s controls are fully customizable, here are the default controls.
W, S, A, D
Move Forward, Back, Left and Right
Toggle Battle Royale Mode (Allows mouse to aim like PC FPS)
The most important key to remember is the F1 and Alt key because that’s the key to your combat and survival. The rest of the keys, you will eventually get accustomed to or edit accordingly to fit your playstyle.
At the beginning of account creation, you can make an avatar that you’ll play as in-game. You can choose your gender, skin color, hairstyle, and all that jazz. If you’re migrating from Mobile to Bluestacks, then you don’t need to worry about this. But for new players, this is where your character takes shape in their humble beginning with just a t-shirt and jeans. Eventually, as you play and earn cosmetic rewards, you can customize almost every aspect of your character.
Now that you’re all accustomed to the controls, let’s drop right in to the game. Since you’re playing on the Emulator, you’ll be matched against players using Emulators to prevent imbalances. In a game of PUBG, your objective is to parachute down from a plane, land, collect weapons and then kill everyone else to claim victory. You can do this solo, with another player or a group of players. The other factor to keep in mind is First-Person Perspective and Third-Person Perspective mode. While the former makes the game all that bit hard, it makes the challenge and victory worth it. You don’t have to worry about looting items, Auto-loot is activated by default. And you can modify certain loadouts to customize what you pick up and auto-equip.
Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner
A match of PUBG ends when you die or you make sure everyone else is dead. Depending on your performance after each match, you’re awarded BPs or in-game currency that you can use on crates or shop items. These items are exclusively cosmetic and do not provide any sort of gameplay advantage. PUBG Mobile has a Battle Pass system which allows one to play the game and completing challenges to either win rewards or gain more virtual currency. This currency rewards more cosmetics and other customization options. And lastly, the third kind of virtual currency can be bought will real money which can unlock different cosmetics or advance levels of the Battle Pass. Granted all these different types of currencies are hard to understand at first, playing the game makes them quite easier to understand along the way. While the level of microtransactions seems a bit overkill but if you can ignore looking bad for the first 10 matches, then you should have no problems.
PUBG Mobile is an extremely fun and exhiliarating Battle Royale, where you can go in solo or with friends; claim victory. And once you’re done winning, you can jump back in while looking cool with new cosmetic rewards you won last time. And with the extremely fluid controls of the Bluestacks Emulator, PUBG Mobile is a game to keep you hooked on for hours.
PUBG Mobile on Bluestacks
PUBG Mobile on Bluestacks runs brilliantly with its controls offering similar clarity of a PC. Along with a tried and tested gameplay and cosmetic reward based progression system, PUBG Moblie on Bluestacks is a solid entry for any mobile gamer or an Emulator fan. Although the overabundance of Microtransactions can marr the experience.
Easy-to-use control scheme
Smooth gameplay rivaling a PC's controls
Solid reward & progression system
Overabundance of microtransactions
Control scheme may be a bit jarring to get accustomed to
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