PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is getting a mobile port, courtesy of publisher Tencent. Developer Bluehole is working with the company to bring the hit multiplayer PC game to smart devices in China.
According to a press release (translated via Polygon), the PUBG mobile experience promises to be similar to that of the PC version. It’s unclear how exactly Bluehole will port recreate this, as the game requires a fairly powerful machine, and has complicated keyboard controls to match.
The game will launch first in China. No news on a western release date, but given the popularity of PUBG – having sold over 20 million copies worldwide – it’s likely we’ll see it sometime in the future.
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