PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Is Going Mobile In China

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Tencent is bringing PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds to China and while they're at it, they're working on a mobile port of the game.

Working with Korean publishers Bluehole, Tencent has announced that they will be working on a mobile port of the ridiculously popular shooter.

Google's translation of the announcement is incredibly unhelpful, calling PUBG a "'Eating Chicken' game 'Jedi Survival'", but the folks over at GamesIndustry have taken a look at the announcement too.

GameIndustry's translation says that the work to port PUBG to mobile is going smoothly and more details will be coming soon. Although changes will have to be made as PUBG in its current form “severely deviates from socialist core values”, according to Chinese content regulators.

It is unclear if this version of PUBG will find its way over to western shores.



    How bout getting the PC version done and dusted before putting it on every console and machine out there.

    How is it supposed to run on a phone when it can barely run on high end PCs?

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