I’ve been playing PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds for nearly a year, and I’m still bad at it. That’s okay — it’s the taking part that counts, and the genius of PUBG is that you can have a fun, tense experience no matter your skill level.
I was still happy to get my first solo chicken dinner recently, though, as you’d expect. But I didn’t think it’d happen the way it did — in my bed. On my phone.
I’ve been playing the Chinese mobile version of PUBG, appropriately subtitled “Exhilarating Battlefield,” for a while. Tencent, the giant company behind WeChat, bought up the rights to publish PUBG for phones late last year. The mobile version should make it outside China at some point — as of today, it’s available for Android in Canada as a test…
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