Some good news for PUBG and PUBG Mobile lovers all over the world. According to the report by Korean Publication MTN, the sequel of the most popular Battle Royale Game is being developed. There’s no specific launch date for PUBG Mobile 2.0 or PUBG 2.0. But according to the publications, it could release later this year.
The game has been in the development phase with the name Project XTRM since the first half of the last year. Since the PUBG launch, it has taken over the world with Battle Royale modes. Game update with improved gameplay, better maps, more weapons, and other changes would be more exciting for PUBG fans.
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PUBG Mobile 2.0: Launch Soon
The reports came out from the Korean publication MTN. The website claims that PUBG 2.0 and PUBG Mobile 2.0 are under development. In this phase, PUBG Mobile 2.0 was named Project XTRM. The news further adds some weight as when PUBG data miner posted on his Twitter Handle. The development would be handled by Seoul HQ which is the developer of PUBG Lite. The Tweet also states that version 2.0 is expected to support cross-platform capability across PCs, gaming consoles, and mobile.
#PUBG just confirmed that they’re working on PUBG 2.0 and PUBG Mobile 2.0
Global announcement soon?
The secret #ProjectXTRM thing from last yr was a PUBGM2 all along. I knew XTRM was a mobile game.
So I didn’t make a update video on it. Got so tilted when I learned about it. pic.twitter.com/50hnX60epv
— PlayerIGN (@PlayerIGN) January 6, 2021
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is an online multiplayer battle royale game developed and published by PUBG Corporation. This game was released for Microsoft Windows and as a Beta version(Early Access) on steam and later on, it was released in September 2018 for Xbox and Xbox One.
The Google Play Store Description read, “The official PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS designed exclusively for mobile. Play free anywhere, anytime. PUBG MOBILE delivers the most intense free-to-play multiplayer action on mobile. Drop-in, gear up, and compete. Survive epic 100-player classic battles, payload mode, and fast-paced 4v4 team deathmatch and zombie modes. Survival is key and the last one standing wins. When duty calls, fire at will!“.
Of Course, fans in India won’t be able to enjoy it because of the ban of PUBG mobile in India. Krafton also reversed the ties with TENCENT Games which published PUBG Mobile in India. They partnered with Microsoft to store data of Indian gamers locally. The company has already committed that the game launching in India will be different from the Global Version. However, despite all the efforts Krafton and its subsidiary Bluehole are making for a PUBG Mobile India re-launch, the government recently said it has not given any permission to lift the ban yet.