Tencent Announces That Mobile Version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Is Coming to China

Mindy Sparks
November 28, 2017

PlayerUknown's Battlegrounds is making a lot of waves in the game industry and recently Bluehole Studio partnered with Tencent to publish PUBG in China and now Tencent has confirmed PUBG mobile version for China.

We've reached out to Bluehole for clarification on the matter and will update this post accordingly with information as to whether or not a mobile port of the ridiculously successful battle royale title is indeed coming.

Tencent will be behind the new version of the game, which is said to be a "genuine mobile port", as it is hoping to retain as many qualities of the PC version of PUBG as possible. "We will do our best to present a great game to the Chinese users in close cooperation with the company".


PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) has been building quite a loyal fan base over the past year and while it has yet to officially release, that time will soon arrive next month. Due to the sheer number of players, "PUBG" is facing a tall task of weeding the game of gamers who use third party applications that enable them to have unfair advantages during games.

According to the press release, the tech, media, and gaming powerhouse company will hold publishing rights to the mobile version, while the game's developer PUBG Corp. will work on development.

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