PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds goes live on mobile in regions worldwide

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Following last week's soft launch on the Canadian Google Play Store, Tencent's PUBG Mobile will recreate the 100-player battle-royale experience already available for Windows PC and Xbox One.

For those unaware, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds was already available in this iteration in Asia for quite some time, and then the title made its way to Canada last week, so its release for iOS and Android in the United States will surely please those living stateside who exclusively game on mobile devices.

The free version of the last-player-standing shooter replicates the action and the first map from the original PC build, but it does it with less detailed graphics.

"A lot went in to controls and optimization to give players a smooth and intuitive experience", said Chen Jerry, Tencent's corporate VP.

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Players will be able to team up with friends and voice chat with each other, while PUBG for iOS will work for devices dating back to the iPhone 5s on iOS 9 or newer, although iPhone 6 or higher is recommended.

Meanwhile, the mobile version of "Fortnite" is reportedly topping iOS charts after its release. Developer Epic has launched Fortnite in a testing phase that is invite only, but that has not stopped it from rising to the top of the download and grossing charts on iOS.

Developer PUBG Corps has announced that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Mobile, which was first unveiled late previous year in collaboration with Tencent, is now beginning its worldwide launch starting today on iOS and Android, including the United States, Canada, and more. And Android version of Fortnite is coming at a later date.

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