Tencent and PUBG Corp. reveal a new milestone for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on mobile.
Despite the hysteria surrounding the success of a certain other battle royale game, the mobile version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is also doing rather well.
According to numbers released today by Tencent and PUBG Corp, the game has now passed the 10 million daily active user mark. This figure is all the more impressive in that it excludes players from China, just in case you were about to cry ‘bots’!
A new infographic has been issued to mark the occasion, that reveals that the most popular landing zone is Pochinki, and the average survival time is 14.2 minutes.
Tencent are continuing to transfer as much content from the PC version of PUBG as possible, with the game recently receiving the Miramar desert map.
The studio also published a new developer diary featuring lead artist Jeff Kang, who explains how the Miramar map was adapted for mobile.
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