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With publisher Tencent announcing that it will bring the popular game to mobile devices in China in collaboration with South Korean developer Bluehole. This version of PUBG is set to hit China first, and will remain faithful to the PC version in terms of content and gameplay.

How exactly PUBG will work on a mobile device is anyone's guess, but with the popularity of the medium across Asian markets, it's safe to assume that this is being treated with the utmost respect and will no doubt bring the phenomenon to a wider audience.

Which exists as there are a number of PUBD mobile clones already available.



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