Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) lit the world on flames in 2017. It sold millions before it even left Historical accessibility on Steam, and kicked away the battle royale gaming craze we are experiencing at this time. Not too long ago this FPS juggernaut landed on the cellular telephone.
In PUBG you perform as a mercenary who parachutes, along with around 99 other gamers, in an island. As soon as they land, players scavenge for weapons, ammo, armor, and other supplies at a last-man-standing deathmatch. The sport’s map starts large, but quickly shrinks since the electric storm around the island collapses into progressively smaller circles, forcing gamers together as the match continues.