We already told you a few months ago that the mobile version of PlayerUknow’s Battlegrounds was about to land on Android. At first it would do it in China and a limited number of countries, to later make the leap to the rest of the regions of the planet. Today, finally, the day has come for the launch of the long-awaited Android game in its global variant.
PUBG Mobile is finally on Google Play in its international edition, allowing users around the world to download this long-awaited title without having to resort to services such as QQ, necessary to log into the Chinese variant of the game.
You can now play PUBG on your Android: download the APK file
The game, brought to life by Tencent Games, is an adaptation of the famous game for PC and console, which maintains the same format as the original: each massive battle brings together 100 players from around the world, in which they will have to fight each other to survive and become the last survivor. For this, they will have a great range of weapons, vehicles and objects that the game makes available to you throughout the extensive map.
As is logical, we leave behind the Chinese language, since this international version shows all the texts and menus in English – no Spanish for now. Further, our tour and achievements will be synced with the Google Play Games platform.
Despite its advanced graphics thanks to the Unreal Engine 4 engine, PUBG Mobile requirements are not too demanding. In order to run the game smoothly, you need a device with a version of Android over 5.1.1 Lollipop, and a minimum of 2 GB of RAM.
The international variant of PUBG Mobile is now available on Google Play, although as they point out from Uptodown, the rollout has started in Canada, through a first beta phase of the game. However, it is already possible download the PUBG Mobile APK executable file and start enjoying one of the most anticipated mobile games of 2018.