In the three years since its launch, PUBG Mobile has managed to reach more than 1 billion downloads worldwide, excluding China. Photo / Ist
Fans around the world this weekend can also see kick off from PUBG Mobile Pro League Spring Split 2021, followed by the All-Talent Championship on Friday (3/26/2021).
In the three years since its launch, PUBG Mobile has managed to achieve more than 1 billion downloads worldwide, excluding China, thanks to the support and enthusiasm of more than 1 billion players around the world. On this occasion, Changhan Kim, CEO of KRAFTON, Inc. congratulate him on this great achievement.
“PUBG Mobile was able to surpass 1 billion downloads worldwide in just three years and continues to make mobile gaming history. In March 2018, we launched PUBG Mobile with the goal of bringing the original PUBG experience to a wider audience. Our goal is to offer games real battle which is unique to mobile devices and continues to entertain gamers through fun and exciting gameplay by creating new and innovative content, “said Kim.
Rick Li, PUBG Mobile Producer and Lightspeed & Quantum Studios Executive Producer, Tencent Games also shared his feelings about developments in the past three years. “As the mobile version of PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, PUBG Mobile has been loved and supported by more than one billion players around the world in the last three years. We really appreciate all the support available. Our development team will continue to provide the most realistic and creative gaming experience of the highest quality on the mobile platform, ”he said.
Since its launch in March 2018, PUBG Mobile has become a global phenomenon that has spread throughout the world, surpassing 1 billion downloads. Additionally, PUBG Mobile continues to feature innovations with more than 30 version updates since its global launch.
Not long ago PUBG Mobile also introduced a unique music game mode and version 1.3 with the theme “HUNDREDS of RHYTHMS”. At the same time collaborating with three world famous DJs for their 3rd anniversary.
Stockholm music producer Alesso, Belgian musician Lost Frequencies and Dutch-Moroccan DJ and producer R3HAB offer exclusive performances, including Alesso’s new debut single “Going Dumb”, new Lost Frequencies single “Rise” and new single. R3HAB’s “Stars Align” entertained music fans as part of the PUBG Mobile 3rd Anniversary excitement. Iconic K-pop group BLACKPINK also congratulated and released a remix of the hit single from the game “DDU-DU DDU-DU” for gamers and Blink.