The official PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS designed exclusively for mobile. Play free anywhere, anytime. PUBG MOBILE delivers the most intense free-to-play multiplayer action on mobile. Drop in, gear up, and compete. Survive epic 100-player classic battles, payload mode and fast-paced 4v4 team deathmatch and zombie modes. Survival is key and the last one standing wins. When duty calls, fire at will!
FREE ON MOBILE
Powered by the Unreal Engine 4. Play console quality gaming on the go. Delivers jaw-dropping HD graphics and 3D sound. Featuring customizable mobile controls, training modes, and voice chat. Experience the most smooth control and realistic ballistics, weapon behavior on mobile.
MASSIVE BATTLE MAPS
From Erangel to Miramar, Vikendi to Sanhok, compete on these enormous and detailed battlegrounds varying in size, terrain, day/night cycles and dynamic weather – from urban city spaces to frozen tundra, to dense jungles, master each battleground’s secrets to create your own strategic approach to win.
DEPTH AND VARIETY
From the 100-player classic mode, the exhilarating payload mode to the lightning-fast Arcade and 4v4 Team Deathmatch modes, as well as the intense Zombie modes. There is something for everyone! There is something for everyone. Play Solo, Duo, and in 4-player Squads. Fire your weapon to your heart’s content! Be a lone wolf soldier or play with a Clan and answer the duty calls when help is needed! Offers FPS (First-Person Shooter) and TPS (Third-Person Shooter) play, lots of vehicles for all the different terrains in the game and an arsenal of realistic weapons. Find your perfect ride and pieces to cruise towards the final circle!
Daily events & challenges, and monthly updates delivering new gameplay features and modes that keep PUBG MOBILE always growing and expanding. Our powerful and serious anti-cheating mechanisms ensure a fair and balanced gaming environment where everyone plays by the rules.
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IS IT ANY GOOD?
This mobile version of the popular PC/console game keeps the fast-paced action while improving on the gameplay. PUBG is one of those games that’s hard to put down: The console version was like an action movie with a nonsensical plot and lots of gunfire. Now, take that experience, streamline it for mobile devices, and you’ve got PlayerUnknown’s Battleground (PUBG) Mobile.
Its biggest surprise isn’t just how well the game works on portable devices but how, in some ways, it actually improves on the original. The default setup feels more natural than expected. It accounts for left- or right-handed players, gives quick access to secondary equipment (grenades, bandages, etc.), and lets players quickly swap between things like firing mode, aiming, and sprinting. Players automatically pick up and equip certain items, saving a lot of time and frustration that comes with trying to navigate inventory menus on the fly. That said, players do still have to dive into their backpacks to equip weapon accessories like scopes or extended magazines.
And as good as PlayerUnknown’s Battleground (PUBG) Mobile may be, it’s still not perfect. While the controls are versatile, they can be cramped when playing on a smaller phone screen. You may find yourself accidentally firing your weapon while adjusting your player’s pose (kneeling or going prone), unintentionally giving away your position.
And while the game has an aim assist, adjusting automatically if you’re “close enough” to hitting your target, it’s still hard to spot other players from a distance. There’s also the difficulty curve, which starts small while you’re at lower levels before climbing steeply without warning. That’s not to say that it stops being fun; it just gets really hard really quickly when you’re thrown into games with really good players.
And finally, the game can be a hefty drain on your mobile device’s data and battery; a single match can easily take 20 to 30 minutes or more, and you need to be connected the whole time. Despite these hiccups, PlayerUnknown’s Battleground (PUBG) Mobile is a fantastic port of the popular shooter, and it hardly skips a step when compared to the original.
So give PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile a try!