If you are an avid gamer, knowing that Tencent has just launched a new PUBG Mobile Emulator may make you happy. This emulator will help you enjoy your gaming time more on the PC. Naturally, the developments include keyboard and mouse use adaptation. So, let’s get into detail so you can learn more about the game.
PUBG Mobile Emulator/Tencent Gaming Buddy
So, what makes the PUBG Mobile Emulator so important? Well, first of all, the game was originally developed for mobile devices, such as iPhones or Androids. The requirements to play include high RAM and operating system. For Android devices, it should have minimum RAM of 2GB and the operating system should be at least 5.1. For the iPhone, it should be at least iOS 9.0. iPod Touch 6-gen or iPad Mini 2 will do just fine.
However, Tencent has just developed an emulator so the game can be played on PC. Several adjustments are made because the mobile platform needs to be adjusted or even synced to keyboard and mouse integration (which are important for graphics and controls). The new launch involves the beta stage, but they made cross play available between mobile and PC players. Since it is still in the beta form, you can download one for free.
About PUBG Mobile Game
In case you don’t know it, PUBG Mobile is a popular game and platform, allowing players to fights against…. well, basically everyone. PUBG is the short for Players Unknown Battle Ground game, an online game that requires a persistent and constant internet connection. If you have watched ‘The Hunger Games’ movie, then you know what I’m talking about. You start with nothing and you have to fight other gamers which will act like your enemies. Along the way, you need to scavenge everything you can find, especially equipment and weapon.
In this gaming mode, you are given 3 options for the game. In solo mode, you are playing alone against everyone. In duo mode, you will have to work together with another player. In the squad mode, you can create a group consisting of 3 to 4 people – 4 is the maximal number. Depending on your gaming preference, these modes can be handy and they are important in your gaming tactics.
The cross-play integration is meant to make playing more enjoyable and fun – giving players the flexibility to switch between mobile devices and their PC. However, it seems that players still need time to get used to it because the responses aren’t as smooth as the mobile platform. Moreover, the adjustments to the keyboard and mouse aren’t optimized although the PUBG Mobile Emulator has been ready since the middle of 2018.
Keyboard and mouse make it easier to move around and to aim. However, others are becoming more difficult and they can be out of control, such as driving. But for an overall outcome and result, we need to appreciate Tencent’s idea and efforts to create the emulator. Hopefully, they will launch better and more improved PUBG Mobile Emulator soon.