PUBG: 5 Important things you need to know about PUBG Emulator
PUBG came, conquered and stayed! The game was first released on PC and it earned a huge number of players from the very beginning. Soon developers decided to launch the game on mobile which was the actual turning point. With PC PUBG being an expensive game to buy the player base was limited, it was also restricted to PC players only.
Mobile release of the game made it even more popular. Currently PUBG mobile has over 60 million players just in the South-East Asia region. Two things that made the game super popular was the fact that anyone can download it on their mobile and play from anywhere and it was free to play.
I believe this was the first ever online multiplayer battle royale game to be released on mobiles. People went crazy right after the release and here they did not have to worry about their muscle memory or reflex. While tapping the screen seems easy it takes a bit of time to master the mechanics. However, PUBG mobile adds a limited number of bots in the early stages of the game which are easy to kill and gives a player an ample amount of time to practice their aim.
The fact that anyone can play a multiplayer FPS/TPS game on mobile made the game super hit. If it was not for the mobile release, we would not be seeing such a massive player base of the game. Soon after the mobile release, PUBG released official emulator version for PC players who can play from PC and matchup with or against the mobile players. Here are the 5 most important things you need to know about the Emulator version.
#1 Free to Play
PUBG Emulator is free to play. Even though you are playing the game on a computer it is not a part of the PUBG PC game. The emulated version is created for PUBG mobile players who want to play from PC.
Since you can matchup with mobile players, you don't need a new-gen mobile to download PUBG and play with your friends. You can simply download the emulator from the official website and install it. PUBG is installed inside the emulator by default. It will allow you to play with your friends who are using mobile. However, in your solo matches, you will face enemies who are also playing from the emulator.