PUBG has remained one of the most popular games and many people want to try the title. The only issue is that the PC system requirements are quite high and in most cases it won’t run on a budget PC or laptop.
After PUBG Mobile was launched many people tried to play the game on their PC or laptop with the help of an Android emulator. The game worked well for many users but playing from a PC means that are you are able to use a keyboard& mouse setup, giving you an advantage that made many smartphone players unhappy.
In order to solve the problem Tencent decided to release the Tencent Gaming Buddy, a custom-made emulator that is compatible with the latest games that are published by the Chinese company.
The program is also known as the Tencent Game Assistant and it can be downloaded for free from the official website .In order to make everyone happy Tencent decided that those who wish to use the emulator will be matched only with other emulator users. This means that everyone has a fair chance to win since the same control scheme is available by default. Below you can find a list of features that are offered by the Tencent Gaming Buddy.
- Players are able to customize the control scheme according to their wish and switch between control schemes with the press of a button.
- The emulator is compatible with a wide selection of low-end laptops and computers. The minimal specs are quite modest, allowing everyone to enjoy the game.
- Dedicated servers match emulator players with other emulator players in order to provide a fun and fair experience.
- The program is currently available in English and Chinese but more languages could be added in the future.
- After the program is installed it will automatically download the PUBG Mobile client in a few minutes.
- And best of all, it is available for free so feel free (pun intended) to form a squad with your friends.
Katie Tachuck is a reporter for News Lair. After graduating from UCLA, Katie got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a investigative journalist and producer. Katie has also worked as a columnist for the The Santa Fe New Mexican. Katie covers economy and community events for News Lair.