PUBG Mobile is a significant breakthrough for Tencent, its publisher, as millions of players from around the world downloaded and are now playing the Battle Royale game regularly. Reportedly, Fortnite is still maintaining a slight edge over PUBG but, at least on Android, Fortnite is not enjoying the same boost PUBG Mobile frequently gets from its devs. In this regard, also, PUBG Mobile 0.8.0 is now live and comes out with a new map, weapons, and vehicles, plus some under the hood enhancements.
PUBG vs. PUBG Mobile
There is not a significant difference between PUBG Mobile and the original PUBG game on other platforms. All the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds variants are based on Unreal Engine 4 which provides them with high-quality Graphics and HD audio and realistic gameplay.
Besides, PUBG Mobile, as well as the other PUBG variants on different platforms, include realistic weapons, a variety of vehicles the gamers can drive, and a fair gaming environment.
PUBG Mobile – Minimum requirements
PUBG Mobile needs a continuous and stable Internet connection to run, as well as Android 5.1.1 or higher and at least 2 GB of RAM. The version runs smoothly on more than 500 smartphones, among which mentionable are Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Sony Xperia XZ1, Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S9, Google Pixel 2, Galaxy Note 5, Huawei Honor 8, LG G5, Xiaomi RedMi 4A, and Sony Xperia X.
PUBG Mobile 0.8.0 is now available
As I’ve mentioned above already, PUBG is frequently updated, and new content gets into the game quite often. Now, it’s time for the PUBG Mobile 0.8.0 version to bring in a new map, as well as new weapons and vehicles.
The new map, dubbed as Sanhok, comes with new weapons (Flare Gun and QBZ, an automatic rifle) and vehicles (Muscle Car and Bulletproof UAZ).
Additionally, the new PUBG Mobile 0.8.0 added customizable pick-ups and better anti-cheating measures.