Check out the official trailer for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' mobile version: PUBG with style

Guess what, battle royale fans, the official trailer for the mobile version of the wildly-popular PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds free-for-all gunfest has just arrived.

Chock-ful of content that's not even in the base PC game yet, the trailer is a rather cinematic take on what a regular PUBG match would look like if it was directed by Michael Bay himself (sans the tons of aimbots and wallhackers that break the game). Sadly, no gameplay has been included in the trailer thus we can't really see what the current state of the mobile port of the battle royale is yet, but what we get to see is the rather ambitious inclusion of miniguns, helicopters, and even a battleship, as well as some game mechanics that will definitely not make it to the game. 

But hey, that's what cinematic trailers are for.

The mobile version of PUBG will launch in China first and so far no outlet is confirming that the game will launch in other parts of the world, but it will be crazy not to capitalize on the PC game's wild popularity. Thus, we have this gut-feeling that the game will gradually make it to the rest of the world sometime after it goes official in China. No time window for the release of the game have been shared, but early 2018 should be a safe bet.

Frankly said, even if this one doesn't grace your smartphone at all, a good number of PUBG clones are actually available right now for download. Check them out right below:



1. kalimaca

Posts: 11; Member since: Dec 01, 2017

Only on IOS :)

2. gamehead unregistered

A gattling gun and bigger ships?

3. Chrusti

Posts: 106; Member since: Jul 25, 2015

Some actual game play would have been nice. This pretendered video is pretty much pointless since the actual game will look nothing like it.

4. nahusiv

Posts: 100; Member since: Apr 20, 2015

it can on the new iphones

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