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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:49pm 20/03/18 | 1 Comments
After the announcement that Fortnite was going mobile, comes the faithful mobile port of PUBG from Chinese internet giant Tencent. One that we previously thought would be limited to Asian markets. Well not anymore as PUBG mobile is available now, and free-to-play via the Apple App Store and Google Play.

As per the above video, PUBG mobile looks every bit like the real thing.

Like with Fortnite, PUBG mobile requires a newish device. A "500 plus" phone with Android 4.3 or above or an Apple iPad or iPhone with iOS 9.0 or later and the power of at least an iPhone 5S. Currently no word if cross-play functionality is coming, but if so we hope its the same at Fortnite's mobile plans which involve mobile players being able to join PC or console games - and not the other way round.


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Posted 06:10pm 20/3/18
Lol, played one game got #3/99 with 5 kills....and I still don't know how to use the controls...
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