Before Fortnite, PUBG was the most popular and most-played online multiplayer game. PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds, more popularly known as PUBG, is a real-time multiplayer shooting game released y Tencent games last year. It made the battle royale gameplay popular in mainstream gaming, where players start off with practically nothing and must find weapons and equipment to defend themselves and outsurvive each other in the game.
Initially released as a PC game, it eventually had a mobile version you can download and play in your smartphones. However, due to the game’s controls and gameplay, players were having difficulties adjusting to playing the game in a smartphone screen. Some even have resorted to using PUBG aim bot hacks to gain advantage, which is of course illegal.
Of course, there are work arounds that a player can do to be able to play PUBG mobile in PC. Here are some ways you can play the game in a computer.
Use Android emulators
PC’s are great devices as they can emulate almost all platforms and console. One way to run PUBG mobile, or any Android apps for that matter, is by using PC Android emulators such as Bluestack and Nox Player. This will allow players to use a keyboard and a mouse for easier gameplay.
However, Recent patch updates of PUBG Mobile have made it possible for the game to detect which players are using an emulator and which ones are playing in their smartphones, and pair them up in the game accordingly.
Official PUB emulator
Though there are available Android emulators that are able to run PUBG mobile, all of them are not without bugs and glitches. To remedy this, Tencent game released an official PUB emulator for PC called Tencent Gaming buddy. This emulator is specifically designed to optimize PUBG mobile for PC use, utilizing your PC’s resources such as the keyboard and mouse