PUBG Mobile passes 10 million daily users, adds map

/ 02:38 PM May 20, 2018

Image: Tencent via AFP Relaxnews

A second environment is in the process of being rolled out to battle royale game “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds”.

Designed to contrast with the game’s original Adriatic island environment, the game’s Mexico-set desert map Miramar was introduced to PC players towards the end of 2017.


And as “PUBG”‘s PC community is getting to grips with a third map, the Thai-influenced Sanhok, Xbox One and mobile players are being prepared for Miramar’s launch.

Miramar has already been in testing on Xbox One and continues to be made available from the Test Server ahead of a May 24 launch on the game’s core servers.


On “PUBG Mobile”, Miramar went live on May 14 as the iOS and Android edition entered its designated second season of play.

PUBG Corp. and mobile partner Tencent took the opportunity on May 17 to announce that their joint project had surpassed the 10 million daily active users threshold; the figure is global but excludes Tencent’s home territory of China. JB


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TOPICS: Map, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, PUBG, Sanhok, Xbox One
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