PUBG mobile game requirements and problems

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is an online multiplayer battle royale game developed and published by PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean video game company Blue hole.

The game is based on previous mods that were created by Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene for other games, inspired by the 2000 Japanese film Battle Royale, and expanded into a standalone game under Greene’s creative direction.

Battlegrounds were first released for Microsoft Windows via Steam’s early access beta program in March 2017, with a full release in December 2017. The game was also released by Microsoft Studios for the Xbox One via its Xbox Game Preview program that same month and officially released in September 2018.

PUBG Mobile minimum requirements

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile game is a persistent online game, so you’ll need a connection to the internet to play – be that via mobile network or Wi-Fi – but the lower the ping the better.

The tech specs for Android are Android 5.1 and higher and at least 2GB of RAM. We’ve played on a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and experienced no problems.

The iPhone version needs iOS 9.0 or later, so a full range of iPhone models back to iPhone 5s are supported and iPads back to iPad Mini 2, as well as iPod touch 6-gen. The game is PEGI 16 rated in the UK; Fortnite is PEGI 12 in the UK.

PUBG Mobile servers and problems

We’ve experienced some occasional game freezes which we think are server-side. As this is a phased roll-out, there’s probably still some server optimisation going on. We’ve arrived in the Lobby to find it empty of players, needing to back out and start a new game to get it to play.

We’ve also had freezes where the game is unresponsive. Often it’s just a pause that lasts about 3 seconds. There is a ping monitor on the display and sometimes you’ll see a pause in the game followed by the ping rising sharply, which could be down to the home Wi-Fi network demands. Typically the game runs smoothly with a reported 32ms average ping on our network.
A free-to-play mobile version for Android and iOS was released in 2018, in addition to a port for the PlayStation 4

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