The Free-to-Play Battle Royale has attracted millions of players to iOS and Android, Krafton is proud.
PUBG Mobile was released three years ago. Krafton’s iOS and Android game are supported alongside PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds with a free-to-play business model more suited to mobile games, and it has just reached a very important milestone on the occasion of its anniversary.
PUBG Mobile has been downloaded more than a billion times from the App Store and Google Play Store since its launch three years ago. A huge number celebrated by an animated video thanking all the players, but the CEO of Krafton, C.H. Kim, wanted to record another short video to remind the studio’s support for this mobile game, which will last for a while. A message to listen to right here:
PUBG Mobile is celebrating its three-year anniversary with a Music-themed Season 18, and players will be able to discover the Karakin map from April 7, a map taking players to North Africa and which is briefly shown in a short trailer. PUBG Mobile is for a free-to-play reminder on iOS and Android.