PUBG Mobile is Finally Available in the Google Play Store
The battle royale of battle royales carries on. “Playerunknown’s Battleground” (or “PUBG”) is finally available in the Google Play Store (in the Philippines), following the release of “Fortnite: Battle Royale”.
To the uninitiated, “PUBG” is originally a desktop game in which 100 players parachute in a vast battlefield to basically, um, kill one another. It’s inspired by the Japanese film directed by Kinji Fukasaku, “Batoru Rowaiaru”, where similarly, the last man standing wins the game. The game is an instant hit, capturing a very sizable sample of gamers worldwide.
Now, mobile players will get to play the game too. Now available in the play store, players can now install the game on their Android phones. As a reminder, the game is pretty hefty at about 700MB per install and will only work on phones that have 2GB of RAM (as system requirements go, the best RAM to play it with is at least 4GB). The game will also recommend graphics settings on your phone to make sure it plays in the smoothest possible fashion.
Check out “PUBG” on the Play Store here.