Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) mobile

PUBG

Player Unknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) took the world last year. PUBG sold millions before Early Access on Steam even ended, and kicked off the battle royale game craze we're experiencing now. Now this FPS juggernaut is on mobile.

In PUBG you play as a mercenary who uses a parachute, along with 99 other players, to an island. Once they land, players pick up weapons, ammunition, armor, and other gear in the final death match. The game's map starts out big, but quickly shrinks as the electric storm around the island collapses into ever smaller circles, forcing players together as the game progresses.

It's a simple concept with a lot of room for complexity. You land on an island with 99 other people and are only empty-handed. Find a weapon and stay in the circle. The last one standing wins. Is it worth playing? That's what we're aiming for in this PUBG Mobile review.

Feature
The PUBG Mobile version has almost all the features of its PC counterpart, with a few exceptions. The game only offers PUBG's original map, Erangel - an abandoned and obscure 8km x 8km European island. Everything from the PC version of this map - from abandoned military bases to burning nuclear power plants - have made it to the Mobile version of the game.

The PUBG mobile version has almost all the features of its PC counterpart.
All the weapons, equipment, and vehicles that were available when PUBG first came out of Early Access are also here. The weapons were added because they didn't exist, like the game's second map, Miramar.

This game is completely free. You can log in as a guest or log in with Facebook to play. Daily login gameplay and rewards will earn you your account experience and battle points, which can be spent on chests containing a random piece of clothing for your character. Unlike in the PC version, you don't start with any of the available outfits, but getting at least a pair of pants doesn't take too long.

This match works fairly quickly when queuing in squad, duo, or solo mode, although many options from the PC version are missing. Making a personal special match doesn't seem possible. There is a menu option to create a "room", but it seems to create a chat room, and it doesn't seem to be working either.

I never waited long to be matched with a squad, although connection issues are fairly common. Every team I've played with had at least one player dropping out at the start of the game. I've never had any connection issues when I play, but at least one team is unresponsive for most of the games.

The game has voice chat built in, which works, although it feels like most players are just using their phone's speaker for the microphone. If the microphone is at the bottom of the phone, as usual, the microphone can cause additional noise which is quite annoying when the player's palm resting on it.

All well and good if PUBG Mobile faithfully remakes the geography of the island and lets you use all the weapons and move all the cars from the original game, but if the controls aren't up to the task, things get messy.

To be clear: the controls in PUBG Mobile are not as good or accurate as the PC version.

This game uses a virtual joystick for player movement and camera control, and the big button with the bullet on the right will fire your weapon. It's a little clunky at first, but actually feels pretty fluid after a few matches.
It's a little clunky at first, but actually feels pretty fluid after a few matches.
The game offers several different control options to make things feel better and get rid of the awkwardness in button hunting that you can't find with nuances. A floating shoot button, which moves wherever your thumb last touched, makes aiming as simple as pressing where your finger is, rather than having to redirect your hand to get to where the gun was fired. Items are automatically picked up, sorted, and equipped in-game, which eliminates some of the tedious menu management. The game also offers gyroscopic control options, which I've never enjoyed, but some people swear.


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