Fortnite may be the most popular battle royale in the world, but PUBG was the title which brought the genre into the limelight.
The success of PUBG led to the appearance of several mobile clones which tried to offer the same gameplay experience. Blue Hole discovered that many wanted to play the title on the go and decided to publish a dedicated version of the game called PUBG Mobile.
PUBG became a quick hit among mobile gamers, and millions of people from all over the world downloaded the title. The game offers a great experience since it features all of the content which can be found in the standard version of the game, and you do not have to pay if you want to play.
While the title was created for smartphones, there are several methods which allow you to play the title on a PC or Mac. Read below to learn more.
This is one of the most popular methods of playing PUBG Mobile on a large screen. The app allows users to stream the contents visible on the screen of an Android or iOS device to a Windows or Mac computer. Additional features are offered including the ability to record gameplay footage save it directly on the PC.
An intuitive GameKeyboard feature will allow players to use the keyboard to control the character and land accurate shots. You can download the app from the official site. A complete installation guide is also offered. While a free trial is available you will have to purchase a license to unlock all the features.
Android emulators are quite popular these days. You can follow a short tutorial to install and play PUBG on your device in a few minutes.
- Start by choosing an emulator. Download the launcher and install the program on your computer.
- Open the program and go to the Google Play Store. Log in or create an account to continue.
- Search for PUBG Mobile and start the installation process. Wait until the task is complete.
- Click on the icon to launch the game. Customize the control scheme if needed and enjoy!
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.