PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds may not seem like an obvious fit for mobile, but the new portable release looks surprisingly great.
Screenshots (above) from the brand new mobile version of PUBG have been posted on the PUBG Mobile Twitter account.
As you can see from the gallery below, PUBG Mobile is a surprisingly faithful recreation of the Battle Royale sensation.
The feed also reveals which devices support the new versions of PUBG.
This includes iOS devices like the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 4, not to mention Android tablets and phones such as the Galaxy Note 8, the Google Pixel 2 and the HTC U11.
You can take a closer look at PUBG Mobile by checking out the gallery below…
The news comes as Bluehole releases a new update on PC.
After experiencing issues with leaderboards not updating properly on PC, Bluehole released a new update to fix the problem.
“PC players, the issue with our leaderboards is now resolved. Match results should now be reflected properly. Thank you for your patience and see you in-game!”
Xbox One users are also awaiting the release of Update 9, which based on previous patches, should be released within the next 24 hours.
Stay tuned for more information about the Xbox One update and patch notes.
The last Xbox One update changed the damage received by vehicles.
After feedback from fans, Bluehole decided to revert back to the old system of increased damage when hit by a vehicle.
Needless to say, the recent Battlegrounds update also contained a host of bug fixes and gameplay tweaks.
According to the patch notes, the camera will remain in the correct position following a player’s death. Likewise, vehicles will no longer move to another position on the map when players disembark.