Popular battle royale on PC
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile by Tencent Games is an action-packed survival game that made a name for itself on larger screens. The addictive online multiplayer title pits 100 players against each other, and the last man standing wins the game. The action-packed gameplay looks and runs fantastic on Windows.
Replicated for smaller screens
Like Fortnite, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds exploded in popularity with mobile players. As a result, PUBG Mobile uses the official mobile game to design its maps, challenges, and weapons. It features the same array of gameplay modes too. It’s all about survival in this large-scale deathmatch with intense action sequences that look incredible on the PC. If there aren’t enough players, the game will add bots to keep up the challenge.
You begin this game by dropping from an airplane, Call of Duty-style. You’ll parachute on a deserted island to gear up and start fighting. The massive bloodshed that follows seems impossible until you hone your skills. The lack of a tutorial increases the learning curve.
The map and terrain variety requires you to mix up your strategies to survive. You’ll run into weapons and equipment in abandoned factories, homes, and warehouses to protect yourself from attacks and fight back.
The creators kept the gameplay mechanics straightforward. PUBG relies on the shrinking safe-zone to keep you engaged, making you stay on your toes to win.
Although this game is now available on multiple platforms, you might be used to playing on Android. In that case, you can use the official developer emulator that replicates the smartphone screen on Windows display.
The performance and action remain fluid and immersive, without any loss in graphical quality. It can even feel more accurate as you’re using your keyboard and mouse to control your character.
Like other FPS titles, PUBG suffers from occasional lags, but it’s not common enough to really be a problem.
Overall, PUBG Mobile brings all the action to your Windows screen. It’s well-executed, transferring all the much-loved features to another platform.
Should you download it?
Yes. If you enjoyed the mobile version, you’re likely to find this one even more exciting and addictive. Even if you weren’t a fan before, it’s an exciting title to try.
- Engaging gameplay
- Straightforward mechanics
- Smooth Windows performance
- Massive multiplayer battles
- Lacks tutorials
- Occasional lags