PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile has finally landed in the PH Google Play Store.
After being launched in other countries for the past couple of days, PUBG Mobile is now officially available for download in Google Play by Android users and Apple store by iOS users in the Philippines.
PUBG, the multiplayer online battle royale game, rose to stardom immediately when the PC version launched a beta access program on Steam a year ago. A couple of months after, it entered its official version 1.0 in December of the same year.
The game has modest system requirements of Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and above, as well as at least 2GB of RAM for the optimum gaming experience.
PUBG Mobile has been made in partnership with Tencent, one of the biggest technology companies in China.
To download, simply search “PUBG Mobile” on your Android device. You can also go to its Google Play page here. If you’re using an iOS device, type “PUBG Tencent” in the search bar of the App store to find it.