PUBG Mobile is a mobile clone of the PUBG PC/console game, and it’s one of the most downloaded apps on Google Play. Unfortunately, as of the time of this writing, it is not available on iOS.
(This may change as soon as Apple approves the app, but as of now, it’s Android only.)
The basic premise of the game is that, in a post-apocalyptic world, 100 players parachute onto a remote island where fighting to the death ensues.
It’s one of the most popular games on the planet, and with good reason. It’s addicting, and it’s free to play.
The highest powerful phone isn’t required for PUBG Mobile.
The increasing power and screen size that mobile devices today offer is one of the factors that enables games like PUBG Mobile operate on them. Smartphones are becoming better gaming devices in general. In the instance of PUBG, we prefer the phone to the Xbox because we believe it performs better (and the Xbox version has run into several issues).
While the game experience is better on larger screen devices (we’ve mostly used the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and 9), it also works nicely on lower-powered handsets.
Test On Nokia 6 !!
We tested it on the Nokia 6, which has mid-range hardware and lower screen resolutions, so it’s not just for those with the most powerful or costly phones.
PUBG Mobile App incorporates a variety of graphical aspects into the game that allow you to customize resolution, colorization, and other settings while also automatically detecting the ideal settings for you. You can also change the frame rate if you’re having trouble getting a smooth experience.
In fact, we’ve found that connectivity is the most significant obstacle to gaming. If you don’t have a good connection, your player will lag and become unresponsive, making it difficult to control. That indicates you’re probably going to die. You can’t win if you’re dead.
The graphics are generally decent, and the game works well, but make sure your brightness is turned on and that any night modes are turned off, since this can affect the viewing experience.
Pros and Cons of PUBG
-Generally a fun game if you’re into PvP survival.
-No microtransactions. (yet)
-Cases are earned in game with in game points earned by playing. Reward can be sold on the Steam Marketplace.
-Really large map (larger than The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion’s world).
-100 players per game, including game modes of Duo (teams of 2) and Squad (teams of 3-4).
-Realistic gunplay (bullet drop, winds, penatration etc)
-Difficult for new players to Battle Royal.
-The servers are not 100% optimized which leads to crashes, freezes and lag.
-There isn’t a huge selection of weapons or items
-Duo and Squad are A LOT harder than solo.
-Players with lower end rigs have an advantage with the very low settings. Exp: You’re on high setting hiding in a bush, a player who is on low settings doesn’t see that bush but sees you clearly.