PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Mobile Doesn't Look Half Bad

[Image: QQ]
[Image: QQ]

Wondering how Battlegrounds is supposed to look on smart devices? Today, a mobile version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds was released for China.

Developed by Timi, the Tencent-published, Chinese-language game can currently be downloaded from the Chinese App Store. As far as I know, there’s no word yet of an international release.

As with any new game, there are some glitches, which should be ironed out.


But the gameplay seems fast and fun.


And, framerate issues aside, bonkers.


You can watch a longer playthrough below via ZhugeEX.

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Actually looks like it plays better than the Xbox One version and definitely runs better here than it does on my launch Xbox One. scaled graphics considered.

They seriously need to put work into that version to get it to a minimum locked 30 fps and overhaul the controls so you don’t feel like you’re trying to play a mouse and keyboard game with a controller all the time. Inventory management sucks, aiming is a chore and the controls just don’t feel natural.