Not only is it out on iOS and Android, it's available for free, unlike the PC and Xbox One versions.
As for iPhone users, the game requires iOS 9.0 or later, and supports iPhones as old as iPhone 5S, although though the iPhone 6 is recommended.
With Playerunknown's Battlegrounds already capturing the attention of PC and Xbox gamers it's time for the game to capture the attention of mobile gamers.
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"We are very excited to launch PUBG Mobile on iOS and Android internationally", Tencent vice president Chen Jerry said in a statement. But now, PUBG is live on mobile in the United States on both Android and iOS. Tencent Games promises the authentic feel of the 100-player PC version of PUBG in the mobile game, and terms it a "faithful adaptation".
If you see people on the internet a lot of them will be happy with their performance in the game, but this is because of the bots.
The game is free to play. No word on if Fortnite is beating PUBG on iOS yet, but you can bet the competition is tight. It's no easy task because the other 99 players are also looking for great gear.
KitGuru Says: I'm now in the Fortnite Mobile beta, so I'm very interested in checking out PUBG's mobile version and seeing how the two compare. The game doesn't feature any gameplay advantages through IAP, but does let players buy chests for cosmetic items, and has a variety of daily objectives and missions to complete to earn further rewards. You start off in a plane with 99 other people, drop into the map, loot up, and try to be the last one standing. Within a week, Fortnite's mobile version skyrocketed to the top of the iOS app store, nabbing almost $1.5 million in the process.