PlayerUknown’s Battlegrounds is making a lot of waves in the game industry and recently Bluehole Studio partnered with Tencent to publish PUBG in China and now Tencent has confirmed PUBG mobile version for China.
As noted by Gamepur, PUBG mobile version was confirmed by Tencent is a press release. The company aims to bring all the features of the PC version to the PUBG mobile version to offer the mobile players the same experience.
Thanks to the excellent accumulation of PUBG on the PC terminal and the teamwork between the two teams, the progress of the mobile game preparation is very smooth and in the near future, Chinese players can enjoy the genuine game anytime, anywhere on the mobile phone.
In related news, the studio has confirmed that the development team is planning a PUBGs Ranked Game Mode along with other progression systems for maximum player engagement like leveling system for the players and weapons skill system and also added that these progression systems will not affect the gameplay.
Like we mentioned earlier, Tencent has got the rights to publish the game in China. Also, the game is being adjusted to make sure that it conforms to socialist core values, Chinese traditional culture, and moral rules.
This partnership will also emphasize “banning cheaters” and “making the game work around regulations”.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has banned over 700K players already. This also reduces the chance of PUBGs being banned in China.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a multiplayer survival game currently in early access for PC and will launch for consoles later.