It has only been three days since Tencent launched PUBG Mobile in a beta test for Android users in Canada, but apparently things went well, because now the battle royale game is now available more broadly.
Beginning today, you can download and play PUBG Mobile, which is the official mobile version of the mega-popular title PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. As you have probably already heard, this is the same version of the game as what’s available on PC and consoles. That means you’ll get the same 8km by 8km map and the same 100-person battle royale action.
As far as supported devices go, PUBG Mobile developer Tencent recommends Android 5.1.1 or newer and at least 2GB of RAM.
So who’s going to go for their first chicken dinner on mobile?