PlayerUnkown Battlegrounds is an online multiplayer game developed by PUBG Corporation. The premise of PUBG is that of a battle royale; you must fight other players until you’re the last one standing. You will be pitted against – at most – 99 other players. The game begins with players being dropped off an island with only their parachute. You must scavenge for weapons, ammo, armor, and vehicles. As the game progresses, the game’s ‘safe zone’ will shrink and move. This will force all remaining players to congregate in one area, making it harder for you to survive.
|Operating System Support||Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows XP|
|Date||Thursday, March 12th 2020|
Highly-rewarding strategy game
PUBG players can enter this player versus player shooter game as a single-player or as a small team of 2 to 4 players. The game starts with all users on a plane. The plane will fly over one of the six playable areas. You must determine when to jump off the plane and eject your parachute. The areas vary in structure and terrain such as large boulders, mountains, grasslands, and pavement. Firearms and equipment can be found in various locations but, you can also loot from eliminated players.
The official PUBG game is available on Windows, iOS, and Android; however, only the mobile application is free to use. You can download the mobile application on your desktop through the Android emulator and gaming platform, Gameloop. The game can be controlled with your mouse and WASD keys without lag. It also modified the mobile game’s 1024 x 640 resolution with 160 dots per inch for desktop so it maintains its HD appearance. It only takes up 2GB, making it a good alternative to PUBG for Windows.