PUBG\'s Chinese Mobile Games Are Now In Early Access

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds mobile games were announced last year after Tencent won the exclusive rights to PUBG in China. The two games - Army Attack and Exhilarating Battlefield - have had 75 million players pre-register between them, and have just entered early access - topping the country's iOS charts.

The news comes via industry analyst Danial Ahmad on Reset Era and Twitter. As well as localising the main game for China, Tencent developed the two mobile games that focus on land, sea, and air battles in Army Attack, and a mobile version of the main game with Exhilarating Battlefield.

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We don't know if the games will get a release outside of china, but if the option presents itself, we may see a demand for it on a par with the response from Chinese players.

According to Ahmad, it is possible to download the game if you're in China by heading to this website - but as with any unfamiliar sites you do so at your own risk.

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