PUBG Mobile hit one billion worldwide downloads

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PUBG Mobile has set a new record after surpassing one billion downloads worldwide.

This was confirmed by Tencent in an announcement during the game’s third-anniversary party via YouTube on Sunday.

Upon its global release in March 2018, PUBG Mobile has become an instant hit, enjoying steady growth ever since. Tencent has been releasing updates on PUGB Mobile,  keeping fans engaged with new content like modes, maps, amongst other things.

It’s indeed a massive success for the game to it such a high mark three years after its launch. The data released include downloads o Android and iOS devices.

As the game continues to add more content and bring up more ideas, Tencent over the weekend announced the 2×2 kilometers Karakin map and a collaboration with the Godzilla vs. Kong movie.

Due to the huge success of PUBG Mobile, Krafton had recently announced a new mobile battle royale title in the PUBG universe referred to as PUBG: New State. This new initiative is set in 2051, years after the original PUBG Mobile game, featuring futuristic weapons and vehicles. The release is scheduled for later in the year on Android and iOS devices.

In commemoration of the third-anniversary party, PUBG Mobile partnered with popular DJs Alesso, Lost Frequencies, and R3HAB for a live performance. The trio debuted new singles in the performance. Alesso came up with the song titled Going Dumb, Lost Frequencies sang Rise, while R3HAB performed Stars Align.  

After their debut performance during the party on Sunday, the clips will be available for players on the spawn island and cheer park in PUBG Mobile.

This is not the only thing. The game developers will release the three singles and K-pop group BLACKPINK’s remix version of “DDU-DU DDU-DU” into the game. They will be available on the PUBG Mobile Music feature. The feature had an update earlier this month (patch 1.3).

Written by Oladipupo Mojeed