PUBG Mobile has occupied its space in almost every smartphone of the world. The game pegged by high-end graphics, the concept of maps, weapons, and voice chat is the topic of discussion these days.
The most popular game comes with facts which are still unknown to the majority of its users. Here are some facts which may blow your mind:
Virtual Bandana is a popular item in PUBG crates. The game is so popular that a lot of people have bought it online at $1000. As of now, the item rarely drops from PUBG crates and only available with the pre-order PUBG bundle.
PUBG has a record of most simultaneous players at a time. The record holds for 1,342,857 players – broke the record of Valve Dota 2.
There is no money used by BlueHole Studios for PUBG advertisement. The game has become famous on its own unique interface. As per the records, 55% of the PUBG owners were Counter-Strike GO players.
PUB Mobile Addiction was declared to be a game disorder by The National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro-Sciences, India.
The introduction of Royal Pass boosted the company’s revenue by almost 365%.
PUBG Mobile moderators have banned more than 30,000 people in a single day which also includes 12 pro-PUBG Mobile players.
Ever wondered why PUBG contains ‘Player Unknown’ in between? It is because ‘Player Unknown’ was the gaming name of founder Brendan Greene.
The number of PUBG Mobile players is more than that of PUBG PC.
PUBG Mobile is the only mobile game who telecasted its advertisement on Indian television.
The concept of Bots was introduced to keep the interest of new players for a longer run – as bots won’t kill new players at their starting.
Sanhok is comparatively smaller in size than Erangel and Miramar. It is ¼ of the other two maps.
Air Drops usually take place at the center of the safe zone.
Erangel (a map in PUBG Mobile) got its name from Brendan Greene’s daughter Eryn (Eryn+Angel = Erangel).
A single KAR 98 bullet goes downwards after traveling 300m.
If you win a game without killing any enemy, you will be given a tag name “Pacifist”.