”PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ Reveals Miramar Desert Map at Game Awards

I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to get my hands on the mobile version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The game is pure fun and terror (hiding in a bathroom has never been more nerve-wracking), but it also currently comes with only one map, and as large at that map is, it’s starting to get stale. Fortunately, a new map is coming to the game, and it was properly shown off last night during the Game Awards. The new map is desert themed and is called Miramar. While the idea of a desert map usually connotes images of brown monotony, Miramar is actually quite varied, with all kinds of landscape features that will make for some great firefights and even crueler deaths.

The PC update that will add Miramar to the game will also add the new vaulting system, which will make PUBG a more nimble game. Few things are as frustrating as being shot at while running at a low fence and knowing that by the time you get over that tiny obstacle, you’ll be riddled with bullets. I’m very curious to see how the vaulting system will work on mobile or whether it will even make it to the platform. Now all we can do is be patient and hope to get PUBG on our phones sooner rather than later.



Two versions of ‘Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds’ are officially coming to Android in China, and their trailers are available for your viewing pleasure

I have been biding my time with the recent rumors of Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds coming to Android to ensure that it will indeed exist as an official release. After spending some time digging through a few Chinese sites, it does look as though the rumors are legit. As of yesterday Tencent and TIMI Studio Group released an official webpage complete with a trailer for their upcoming game. If that wasn’t enough good news, there is a second web page from Tencent that popped up for a different PUBG mobile game developed by Lightspeed & Quantum Studio.

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‘PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ is getting a mobile port in China

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That ‘PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ Mobile Knockoff from NetEase Launches in English Titled as ‘Knives Out’

Just a week ago we posted about a mobile game from NetEase called 荒野行动, which roughly translated to “Wilderness Survival,” that had taken over the top spot in the Chinese App Store. Why was this a big deal? Well, Wilderness Survival is a darn near carbon copy of the unfathomably popular multiplayer battle royale game on desktop called PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, aka PUBG. Ever since PUBG became the most played game in the entire universe over the course of the last few months, several companies have tried to catch a ride on its coattails by making a mobile version of the game. What was crazy about Wilderness Survival is that not only did it mimic PUBG to an uncomfortable degree, but it also came from NetEase, one of the biggest companies in gaming, not some little indie developer. Also, when it hit number 1 in China it unseated the then-current hottest thing in mobile at the time, the MOBA Arena of Valor. A pretty impressive feat.

Anyway, while Wilderness Survival was available in countries outside of China, the game itself was entirely in Chinese. It wasn’t too hard to futz your way through menus and whatnot to be able to play the game, but today this process has become much easier as the game we’ve come to know as Wilderness Survival has officially launched in English under a brand new name: Knives Out [Free]. Also interesting is that the previous Chinese language version is nowhere to be found, so it looks like NetEase has pulled that version in favor of the English version moving forward. I’m actually not one of the gazillion people who plays PUBG so it’s hard for me to say whether Knives Out scratches that itch on mobile properly, but if you’ve been waiting for a way to play this game in English then now is your chance. Grab Knives Out for free with the link below and hit up our forums where discussion surrounding the game is taking place.