The game surged in the gaming market of the year 2018 and is continuing its ongoing trend for this year too. The mobile version has more than 400 million users registered and the numbers are increasing at a rapid speed.
However, the PC version of PUBG and the latest mobile version (1.6GB) has some in-game differences. The differences are in terms of graphics and game designing. Being a PUBG lover, one should have a look at these top basic in-game differences between two game versions – PUBG Mobile and PUBG PC.
PUBG Interior Designing
Apart from basic graphics difference, one major key difference between PUBG Mobile and PUBG PC is designing. The houses designed in PUBG Mobile and PUBG PC are different. In PUBG Mobile, the rooms and doors of houses, as well as the walls of the areas, are pretty normal. However, in the case of PUBG PC, there are some additional walls and doors inside houses. The bigger rooms in PUBG PC Erangel Map are divided into smaller multiple rooms.
The mobile version of PUBG runs on low-end graphics – usually designed considering the specification of standard smartphones in the world.
On the other hand, PUBG PC runs on high-end graphics that give a soothing touch to the gaming experience. The PC version of this battle game is quite fascinating. The graphics of these versions actually make a huge difference. On mobile, one can hardly cross 480p, whereas, the same game is available in high quality – 720p and 1080p.
PUBG Game Updates
After every 2-3 months, Tencent released the updates for PUBG Mobile and PUBG PC. The major difference between the updates of these two game versions is the size of the update. As PUBG Mobile is 1.6 GB smartphone game, therefore, the updates of this mobile version are usually between 1 and 1.5 GB.
Whereas PUBG PC is a 19GB game setup and the updates normally exceed 10 GB, for e.g. the latest update of Vikendi Map was of 15 GB.
PUBG Training Camps
The training camp in PUBG PC, named as Camp Jackal, is quite a big one compared to the training camp of PUBG Mobile. A training camp is a place where players practice their skills and accuracy of shooting weapons. Along with it, noobies can also practice driving cars and bikes.
PUBG Guns’ Recoil
The recoiling of guns in PUBG Mobile is not at all a herculean task. Any particular guns like AKM, DP-28, M416 etc can be easily controlled. However, in PUBG PC, recoiling of guns is not everyone’s cup of tea.
The recoiling process in PUBG PC is tough. Even if you are a pro in PUBG Mobile, you will still face difficulties handling the guns in PUBG PC.
No Footprints in PUBG PC
If you are playing PUBG Mobile then spotting enemies is not at all a difficult job. However, if you are sitting on your computer screen, you must carry a very high-quality headphone, because you won’t be able to see the footprints on the map.
Everything suspicious on PUBG PC can only be noticed with ears. There is no such option to see the bullet signs, footprints, enemies approaching with a vehicle. That is why it is always difficult to play PUBG PC without a quality headphone.
No Bots in PUBG PC
In PUBG Mobile, one encounters many ‘bots’during the game. The PUBG Mobile is designed in such a manner where a noob gets his first chicken dinner easily. Even if you are playing in a squad, solo, or duo, you will encounter at least 3-4 ‘bots’ in PUBG Mobile.
While in PUBG PC, there is no such thing called ‘Bots’. The players in the game are generally real people who are quite comfortable playing with a mouse and keyboard. In PUBG PC, the probability of fighting with a noob is comparatively low to PUBG Mobile.
PUBG Frame Per Second
The Frame per second limit (FPS) in PUBG Mobile is 60fps. It won’t exceed the mark of 60fps while on PC, you can’t play with the same frame per second.
In PUBG PC, 60fps is considered as unplayable. On an average, one gets around 90-100 fps and a maximum up to 136 fps. The number even exceeds 300 fps if you are playing on a beast PC.