PUBG vs PUBG Mobile: In this article, we will be comparing the mobile and PC versions of PUBG. Although it’s the same game, there’s quite a few differences between the PC version and the mobile version. The mobile version is a light version of the game, optimized for a mobile. The PC version is the game which was first released and amassed massive popularity for the series.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is an online multiplayer Battle Royale game developed and published by PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean video game company Bluehole.
PUBG was a game which took out the best elements from the most famous shooting games, and created an incredible compilation. It had many unique elements to it too, which made the game feel incredibly fresh when it first came out.
Many people forgot about all other games and started playing PUBG because of its appeal and over-night success. It became a phenomenon. Even now, it is considered one of the best games in the Battle Royale genre.
The game we have talked about in few articles before, the official PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS is exclusively designed for mobile. PUBG MOBILE is designed to delivers the most intense gameplay multiplayer action on mobile. Survive up to 100-players in normal game mode, and fast pace 4v4 team deathmatch mode and zombie modes.
“Absolutely remarkable” – IGN
“It’s awesome.” – Pocket Gamer
“Keeps players coming back” – Vice
2018 Mobile Game of the Year – Golden Joystick Award
Best Game of 2018 – GooglePlay awards
PUBG vs PUBG Mobile: Both PUBG and PUBG Mobile feel like the same game. The only real difference that PUBG Mobile offers over PUBG PC is the mobility, as you can play the game anywhere on your mobile. However, many would argue that playing the game with a keyboard and mouse is much easier than playing it on a mobile. I personally prefer PUBG over PUBG mobile for the very same reason.
Hello, my name is Rishabh Bhagvath. My gaming alias is Pawn. I am an aspiring Dota 2 player from Hyderabad, India. I have always been interested in writing articles and when esportsportal presented me with an opportunity, I came on board right away.
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