PUBG Mobile 2 is a more advanced version of PUBG Mobile, expected to be released to gamers this year. As a big name Battle Royal game in the survival game world, this Tencent game will give players a more unique and new experience through the next version.
A new Battlegrounds 2.0 for mobile platform
2020 is the year that observes the remarkable development of the world mobile game market. It sounds conflicting, but this achievement partly comes from the Covid-19 pandemic. Especially for PUBG Mobile, as well as the parent company of this game, which generated more than $2.6 billion in revenue only from PUBG Mobile in 2020. Right now, the estimation of the company stands at a whopping 27,2 billion dollars. This makes it become one of the largest companies in the world.
The company’s CEO, Kim Chang-han, has just revealed an important information. They will be releasing another battle royale game for the mobile platform in 2021. This game will rely on the world of PUBG. According to reliable sources, the game will be PUBG Mobile 2.0, the sequel to PUBG Mobile. They will also release the PC and Console versions on schedule in 2022.
In addition, this publisher will also release a new survival game with the theme of science fiction on a PC platform, The Callisto Protocol. This is a game in the PUBG universe (30 years after PUBG).
The news leaked about PUBG Mobile latest update
According to PlayerIGN, one of the reliable sources of PUBG has also posted a confidential information about the PUBG Mobile 2 release date on Twitter.
Accordingly, PUBG Mobile 2 is expected to be launched this year (2021) and the PUBG 2 for PC and Console version will be released one year later, in 2022. Thus, PUBG Mobile 2 will reach gamers first, completely opposite to the game in the series. Finally, PUBG’s newest map, Karakin, will be released in a updated version of PUBG Mobile on January 22.
Besides, PlayerIGN also posted two more screenshots of the plan notes in English and Korean. Many people claim that this is the data information of Krafton (PUBG’s parent company) about the PUBG 2 and PUBG Mobile 2 project. According to PlayerIGN, PUBG studio has kept the project secret by the name “ProjectXTRM”. They wants to deny the connection of its relationship with PUBG. This person also mentioned that the publisher will announce the new version in the second quarter (from April 4-6) this year.
The next version Battlegrounds 2.0 will run on the Unreal Engine 4 graphics platform. That gives players a more amazing experience and less bugs than the current version. PUBG Corp is working hard to bring this game back to the golden age of 2018. Both PC and Mobile versions as well as PUBG Mobile on PC will continue to update the game, introduce maps, vehicles, weapons … like vases often. Fans also do not need to worry about closing the current version because plans for version 2 are still incomplete.
Lots of anticipation for this Battlegrounds 2.0
This Battlegrounds 2.0 will also have crossplay. This feature is not available in major games, as some are still in beta.
Not all games have crossplay, and PUBG as a global game will attempt to add this feature to the game. This is really a great advantage for a battle royale game like PUBG because the game needs a large number of players, to fill 100 positions. Many players also said that Studio PUBG should focus on optimizing and improving the current version instead of developing new games. Meanwhile, many people hope the new system will have better graphics quality and security, limiting hacking and fraud. They also expect a PUBG Mobile on PC version to be released in this year as well.
Thus, PUBG Mobile 2 update has been confirmed up to 95%. The rest will still need to wait for the official announcement broadcasted from the publisher. With this second version whether it can defeat the power of Free Fire or not? You’ll have to wait and see!
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