PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Is Conquering the World On Mobile

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Is Conquering the World On Mobile

Event Mode will be unranked, but you will earn BP for participating.

Players, We are very excited to announce a new system coming to PUBG - the Event Mode. That doesn't necessarily mean that we'll see these restrictions for future Event Mode variants, but as PUBG Corporation said, they'd prefer to keep Event Mode as simple as possible for its initial roll out. These limited-time modes are already out and live on test servers, though the first new mode that's been deployed isn't all too exciting. PUBG Corp.is rolling it out slowly to ensure the basics are ironed out smoothly. That's pretty much it, but PUBG Corp. promises that more interesting modes will be added down the line, including ones that feature new content not available in the main game.

In the new mode, squads support up to eight players per, and rifle drop rates are doubled. Although there are now a number of Battle Royale games such as Fortnite that pose stiff competition, PUBG has managed to retain a huge player base across multiple platforms, with millions of people playing at the same time. However, players will be forced into random matchmaking for the time being and can't connect via a friend list.

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According to game analytics firm SuperData Research, in the month of February 2018 alone, Fortnite made $126 million (about RM493 million) in revenue. Those that have run include 50 v. 50, Snipers Only, Explosives Only, 20 v. 20 v. 20 v. 20 v. 20 and more, including the current fast paced Blitz Mode. That's going to be hard no matter what PUBG's developers do, as Fortnite's rise to the top has indeed been meteoric.

Besides, both PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite: Battle Royale work surprisingly well if played, of course, on a decent device.