If you were waiting for the arrival of PUBG Mobile to Spain, you are in luck. And last Friday, the beta of PUBG Mobile, one of the mobile versions of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, arrived in Canada for Android devices. It was a test launch to test different parameters, although it could be downloaded in ways that were not too legal.
Now we do not have to do any chicanery to have PUBG Mobile on our Android and iOS devices. And, after a launch this morning for the US territory, we can now access PUBG Mobile on iOS and Android. It is as simple as going to the respective stores and purchase the game if we have a device with iOS 9.0 or Android 4.3.
The version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds that reaches mobile devices is 0.3 and, therefore, is not very different from the one that received Xbox One last December. Still not the final version of PC, the 1.0, but contains some elements of this, such as the ability to jump obstacles (something that could not be done at the beginning in the early access version of PC).
Oh! It is not the only fashion title that has reached mobile lately. As you know, Fortnite has also adapted to these devices and you can now download the beta.
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