PUBG Mobile – Review

PUBG Mobile – Review

PUBG is the real deal!

A month ago we could read about the plans of releasing a mobile version of the popular game that literally exploded on twitch. The time has come and the game was released about a week ago in this right moment. Thousands of gamers lost in their small screen, just enjoying the full PUBG experience. My expectations on the game was quite low since its a mobile platform with a small screen and no buttons or good joysticks to navigate with. When you first start the game you can choose to login as a Guest or with Facebook, and well i miss the google play option, but Facebook will do for now. Once logged in you enter a already known area if you have played the game before. Here you build and name your character. Once your character is complete you get to change clothes and accessories, look at daily quests and other standard mobile game features. So what happens when you click Start? You spawn right onto the airstrip with all other players waiting for the big hercules plane to take off. Once the countdown hits 0, you find yourself in the air looking down at the original island where all but 1 team is going to meet their destiny. For a mobile game this view and the fact that you can spin the camera around as you like does not fail to impress! After some seconds you get the jump out icon to click on. There is no more loading screens or waiting from this moment on, just action. Once you click the jump button you are launched in the air falling towards the island. You get to choose when too launch the parachute or just fall until it automatically unfolds. Finally we start to gear up and the game is actually no different from the xbox version. Some might even say the mobile one is better. The only bad thing about this game so far is the controls. The autoaim sure helps a lot but the lack of bluetooth control support is a falling point. If you can learn to live with the controls the game is everything we was promised. We will have to wait and see if the cross platform is implemented in the future, but if you ask me i hope it takes a while since you won’t live long tapping the little screen against PC and console users. Overall this game is actually one of the best mobile games i have ever played. PUBG really succeeded in making the game almost identical to its PC and Console versions.   Rate this Post:
Rating: 5.0/5. From 3 votes.
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