PUBG MOBILE - 2nd Anniversary
PUBG MOBILE - 2nd Anniversary review
PUBG Mobile is a Battle Royale action game, with 100 fighters deploying on the island and the last survivor is the winner. Pick weapons and ammunition, armor and medicines, fight others, and keep standing! You can download PUBG Mobile for Android and iOS.
PUBG Mobile Experience
A classical Battle Royale scheme assumes that your character is one of a hundred people deployed on a distant island. Your mission is to be the last survivor – or, at least, stay alive as long as you can.
Along with two joysticks, the game features buttons for specific actions. You can run or hide, or even lay down to shoot. There is a special button for switching first- and third-person views, and an optical sight for more precise aiming. Your tactics can change, depending on the weapons you pick, but the basics remain.
To drive the players closer to each other, the island pursues them with poisonous storm one cannot escape on foot. You have to get into its eye before it starts, or get yourself a vehicle that moves faster than its front. No one can just sit away while others are fighting.
PUBG modes include Solo, Duo, or Team, in which you start the game on your own, with one, or with three allies. As you fight each other, you see your overall number decrease, with your personal stats around. Even if you don’t make it to the end, but your allies do, you share the victory. You receive coins for your achievements that you can spend on stuff within the game (though not so many).
Weapons, ammunition, armor, medicine kits, grenades, and other stuff can only be picked on the island: you take nothing with you there or back. That equalizes the players’ chances: no one can invest some money to purchase an advantage over others. The paid options of the game include Battle Pass that unlocks new missions, as well as outfits and appearance elements.
PUBG Mobile Requirements
The game is compatible with quite ancient platforms. On Android, it requires at least 4.3 Jelly Bean; on iOS, the version should be none older than 9.0. In fact, this embraces absolutely most devices currently in use. You can play PUBG on phones and tablets you bought even back in 2012.
Sometimes there are bugs with sounds, misleading you in search of opponents. Nevertheless, the game mostly performs well. It responds to your inputs well when you use the onscreen joysticks and buttons.
It’s worth noticing that PUBG, Fortnite, and their likes fostered the manufacturing of gamepads for mobile devices, both for iOS and Android. Most of them connect wirelessly and provide virtually instant response. Nevertheless, you better try such a gamepad with your device before buying it.
- Great visuals;
- Fast-paced action-packed gameplay;
- Constant updates;
- Various game modes;
- Free to play and to win.
- Some visual bugs;
- The genre is not as fresh as it was.